Everyday Stewardship Reflections

All the Time in the World?

Nowadays I travel a good bit, which means I am away from my wife and children for periods of time, some short but some long. But what makes it easier […]

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Teaching Stewardship

Today is National Teacher Appreciation Day and I was thinking about my many teachers through the years. I went through sixteen years of Catholic School and two years of graduate work, so […]

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Creating Touchstones

Today’s video is one of three available from LPI to help a parish understand the value of Extending the Catholic Community by supporting those who advertise in your bulletin and/or […]

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Video Reflection: Lost No More

I am traveling this week and have limited access to the Internet, so for the next 3 days I will be sharing with you videos that might be of use […]

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The Gift of Beauty

I met Brother Mickey McGrath, OSFS, when I was in college. He was my art history teacher. He was pretty young then, so he was also strangely enough in my […]

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Companions on the Journey

There are many saints that would make excellent role models and patron saints for someone trying to live the stewardship way of life. There are also great examples of stewardship […]

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My Sheep Hear My Voice

When I was little I would always cling to the same routine each night before going to bed. I would say to my parents, “Good night.” They would respond, “Good […]

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How Hard is it to be a Disciple of Jesus?

What does Jesus Christ ask of us? What does it mean to be a real disciple? In Matthew 16, Jesus confronts those who are following him, questioning them about a man […]

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Love is Dangerous

Love is dangerous. When you truly love someone, you are willing to sacrifice and go outside your normal boundaries of comfort. You never know what will be asked of you, […]

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Let Our Stewardship Convince the Cynics!

Yesterday, while listening to the Gospel about good, old, doubting Thomas, I thought about how much harder it seems for many in today’s world to believe that God is in […]

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No Rewind; Press Play Now

After my mother passed away, my sister and father had a falling out of sorts. When he moved to be closer to me, she told me that she didn’t ever […]

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Spontaneous Stewardship

I had a wonderful Holy Week and Easter and I hope all of you reading this did so as well! There were so many aspects of the last several days […]

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