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Saul’s Story

Freshman year of high school can be a crazy, scary, sacred time. It is the beginning of young adulthood when balancing education, friendships, family, and one’s own identity becomes a little more difficult. For Saul, Class of 2020, freshman year was the start of many big decisions. Saul began his high school career at Cristo … Continued


April 9, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Tuesday, April 9, 2019 – Feast of St. Casilda Click here to read today’s readings Many times in the last few years, my wife and I have been stressed about big questions in our family’s life. We have been anxious about where we will live, when and where we should send our kids to school, where … Continued


April 5, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Friday, April 5, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings More often than I would like, there are days where I am not sure what to believe about who God is, and if God is there when I pray. When I am not sure if there is justice in the world, and faith seems something … Continued


April 4, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Thursday, April 4, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings At one point or another in our lives, we fall into the “offerings” (temptations) of our world. Over time, we do begin to realize how earthly materialism, power, honor, or social status doesn’t completely satisfy our identity or being. With that, today’s readings emphasize the … Continued


April 1, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Monday, April 1, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings Everyone will be happy when they work hard. I remember many times when I have worked hard and been satisfied; however, one experience stands out to me. It was when I signed myself up for the Law Enforcement Explorers Program here in Milwaukee. It truly … Continued


March 22, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Friday, March 22, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings God has done many great things for us. The greatest of those things is to send his one and only Son for our salvation. Jesus was sent to tell of God’s word (as Word) and to die on the cross for our sins. As I … Continued


March 21, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Thursday, March 21, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings God is good. Humans are easily led astray by their own desires. As a result, we should be like the ones talked about in today’s psalm: “Blessed are they who hope in the Lord. Blessed the man who follows not the counsel of the wicked … Continued


March 20, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings A dear friend of mine and former Theology teacher, Jim Skerl, shared a beautiful insight into what Jesuit Catholic schools do: “Education does not exist to make you better than others; it exists to make you better for others.” His eloquent turn of phrase, hinging … Continued


March 19, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 — Solemnity of St. Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary Click here to read today’s readings On this day, one of my favorites of the whole year, I delight in the chance to think about the life of St. Joseph. Just the other night, I found myself lying on the … Continued


March 18, 2019 Lenten Reflection

Monday, March 18, 2019 Click here to read today’s readings In the readings today, forgiveness & mercy & advice stuck out to me. Personally, I have been able to go to Reconciliation and admit to my sins. There, I have been able to ask God to forgive me. Afterwards, I realized my mistakes and stopped … Continued


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