The Time is Now

The Time is Now

By Fr. Angelo Anthony, C.PP.S. How are you awakened each morning? Is there an internal clock that wakes you up? Is there a preset alarm clock that announces the new day? Do you rely on another person to call you—“Tom, Amy, get up!”–or do you need something more...
The Time is Now

“What Are You Looking For?”

By Brother Matthew Schaefer, C.PP.S. I was 30 years old when I heard the voice of God. Okay, that might be an exaggeration; I didn’t actually hear a voice and it wasn’t so dramatic. I don’t even remember the details of the moment. But I know God was telling me to look...
Precious Blood People (and Dogs) Find a Way

Precious Blood People (and Dogs) Find a Way

By Trish Frazer, Companion 2020. Some would probably say this is like those four-letter words we should avoid. The year certainly didn’t begin that way. For John, Sylvie and me, the year began just like the year before. We delighted in seeing friends, spending time...
The Time is Now

Time to Get to Work

By Fr. Matthew Keller, C.PP.S. Today we celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord and with that celebration, we draw our Christmas season to a close. Today the statues to our nativity scene go back into storage, along with the trees, the lights and the various...
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Heirs of the Magi

By Fr Tim McFarland, C.PP.S. The Gospel for this feast is a vivid story from Matthew. In some ways it seems out of place given Matthew’s Jewish audience. He seems to reflect a theme in the Old Testament and then challenges his audience to a broader vision of the...