Whatever thoughts you may have regarding this event of the 1916 Easter Rising started 100 years ago today. The English sending inexperienced troopers to Dublin, Ireland to keep Ireland under control might have been a big mistake on their part. Ending in an extensive amount of damage, destruction and death on both sides. Mostly consisting of … More The Easter Rising: Dublin Fires Plant Irish Flowers?
I grew later in my young adult life to the habit of listening to Mother Angelica and her network. In high school, I read her book, and I was floored by seriously an incredible lady was. So in honor of her as well as the second day of the Easter Season here is Mother Mary … More Living in the Present Moment
Good Friday into Easter. The Lenten season is over Congratulations you’ve done it but as it should have been pointed out from the beginning this is not the end of our venture to Christ. Rather it is the start of the unveiling mystery our hearts that unfolds through the love and mercy enacted by Christ … More The Insurmountable Debt meets Agape
There is not a whole lot of time for me to write this, but I felt obligated to write something about St. Patrick’s Day. For two reasons 1) for my namesake, Brigid was a follower of Patrick 2)a large part of my heritage is Irish and 3)the conversion of Ireland gave way to a ripple … More The Stone that made the Emerald Isle Glow
It is practically the missionary slogan that is held by every single baptized person in the Catholic Church that strives for sainthood. We can appreciate then the difficulty that follows us as we enter into the midterm of Lent. This challenge that we face is to see whether or not we’ve made any spiritual progress. … More Anyone Can Be A Saint
“The Study of philosophy is not that we may know what men have thought, but what the truth of things is. ” ― St. Thomas Aquinas Today, March 7th, is the anniversary of the day that St. Thomas Aquinas took his final rest and met the Lord. Taking a class on Summa Theologiae has … More Death of a Great Man, Birth of the Great Doctor Communis
“It joined us together, the well; the well led me into you. No one between us but light deep in the well, the pupil of the eye set in an orbit of stones. Within you eyes, I, drawn by the well, am enclosed” … More John Paul II Poem The Samaritan Woman