The Thirst of the Incarnate Word

As I entered into Advent, a common theme has continually arisen in my times of mental prayer - thirst. It began with a meditation upon the story in St. John's Gospel regarding the Woman at the Well (John 4:1-42). In this encounter, Jesus comes to rest at Jacob's Well, wearied from his journey, and encounters... Continue Reading →

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The “Father Wound” and the Current Crisis in the Church

Back before the days of cellphones and unlimited calling nationwide, there was the calling card. They are not as popular now as they once were, but they still exist. Bell Canada used to produce a special calling card wherein you could gift it to a certain person, essentially allowing them to call you collect, but... Continue Reading →

The Best Kept Secret in Railway City

Within the heart of St. Thomas, Ontario lies an ancient, beautiful secret. Hidden in plain sight, this mysterious gift stands as a beacon of hope. Many people travel from great distances just to gaze upon it. Centuries old - older than the city itself, this beautiful gem enlivens the heart and brings rest and peace.... Continue Reading →

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