Tag: Holy Week

Palm Sunday Mass At St. Miguel's...Not What Jesus Would Do

Somewhere in Heaven there has to be some type of VIP meeting going on.  I am sure the Big Guy has assembled his number one son, JC, along with his right-hand man, the Honorable Holy Spirit.  This is a problem that definitely requires a meeting of the minds. This guilty catholic imagines them assembled around the... Read more »

Lent for Dummies

You might be sitting on the train wondering why the guy next to you doesn’t realize he has a forehead full of ash.  Or perhaps you can’t for the life of you figure out why Carol from accounting gave up her morning coffee run.  Every year around this time Carlos flakes on the regularly scheduled... Read more »

Lenten Promise: Everybody is Guilty When They Are Catholic

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the most solemn and depressing six weeks imaginable when you are the proud card carrying member of the Catholic Church; Ash Wednesday.  Nothing puts an exclamation point on “catholic guilt” more than the six-week season of Lent will.  Doesn’t matter what the weatherman says–Holy Week is always a cloudy, miserable... Read more »

Everybody is Guilty when They Are Catholic

  A reprint of my Easter Blog from last year ~ the message timeless.  I’ve added a few pictures from past Easter celebrations when I was young. Easter was always a holiday we looked forward to.  We got a new outfit, dinner was served at Grandma’s house, and following dessert we were given clues written... Read more »