Category Archives: Discernment

The Death of The Grinch

I recently finished reading a book entitled The Practice of the Presence of God (with Spiritual Maxims). It is a collection of thoughts by and about a simple monk who lived in the seventeenth century. He was not an abbot … Continue reading

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The Death of Apathy and the Birth of…Births

Next week, students from the school I teach at will be joining tens of thousands (hundreds of thousands, perhaps) of people in Washington D.C. for the March for Life. I won’t be there. I didn’t even consider going this year, … Continue reading

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How Do You Know?

Since the last post, God’s plan has been on my mind a lot. Discernment is not a one-time thing; we must re-evaluate what it is God wants us to be doing each day, or this year, or with our life. … Continue reading

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