Everyday Stewardship Reflections

An Everyday Steward is Accountable

For each Sunday of Lent and Passion Sunday, the Everyday Stewardship reflection will look at each of the six characteristics of an Everyday Steward, as contained in the book of the […]

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I Love LA!

Every year, thousands and thousands of Catholics from around the country come to Los Angeles for the LA Congress for Religious Education. I will be there Friday, Saturday, & Sunday […]

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Don’t Be a Sourpuss!

There are many voices out there today that paint a bleak picture of the Church and her ability to overcome secular culture and evangelize a broken world. They keep lamenting, […]

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Be Quiet and Listen

St. Francis DeSales, in a Lenten sermon of 1615, maintained that the true goal of prayer was to make our will and the will of God one, leading us then […]

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An Everyday Steward is Prayerful

For each Sunday of Lent and Passion Sunday, the Everyday Stewardship reflection will look at each of the six characteristics of an Everyday Steward, as contained in the book of the […]

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A Cure for the Pain

So this morning, after several weeks of the pain in my cracked tooth getting worse, I went and got a root canal. The pain had gotten progressively worse and also […]

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Snow Day Stewardship

If you live a part of the world where snow falls at least occasionally in the winter, you probably have experienced the event of a snow day. Schools are cancelled, […]

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It’s a Friday in Lent, So Why Do I Crave a Hamburger?

You know, there really aren’t that many Fridays in Lent, so you would think not eating meat for us Catholics would be no big deal. But every year there are […]

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An Everyday Steward is Mindful

For the next five Sundays of Lent and Passion Sunday, the Everyday Stewardship reflection will look at each of the six characteristics of an Everyday Steward, as contained in the […]

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Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

The bumper sticker read “He who dies with the most toys wins!” I am sure you have seen this saying as well and it stands as a humorous reminder of […]

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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry, for Tomorrow We Fast

So what are you doing today for Fat Tuesday!?! A better question is what are you doing tomorrow to start Lent on the right foot? Of course, we will be […]

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Your Son Will Live

John 4:43-54 is a gospel passage that has taken on more meaning for me over the last two years.  It is the story of the royal official in Capernaum whose […]

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