Ordinary Water, Ordinary Bread, Ordinary daily routines get transformed through God's Divine Life in Sacramental Grace.
Christmas is when God begins to show His face to us, allowing us ever more intimacy and knowledge.
Mary's body teaches us a spiritual lesson about emptiness, longing, and divine action.
What reasons do we have to rejoice? Who is the One who is coming?
Fr. Ryan Mann shows the link between the Fall and Redemption, and God's plans that always included a man and a woman.
You are called to wait in your personal deserts. What does your desert look like?
Fr. Ryan explains the wisdom of waiting.
Fr. Ryan puts the Gospel of the Talents in context in the larger story of salvation history.
Fr. Ryan shares how strange and unexpected it was when he was finally honest with God and was truly praying.
All Saints Day. In Heaven we'll know and be known by God and all the virtuous heroes who have preceded us.
Don't treat God like a vending machine. Since God is a person enter into relationship.
Participating in daily honesty w/ God, daily Prayer, and finding a Christian community will make you God's light in the world.
From Genesis to Revelation, the primary biblical image of our relationship to God is one of spousal union.
Perhaps I trust God in some areas of my life but I have given up on Him in other areas.
How could tax collectors & prostitutes enter the Kingdom first? By coming into contact with the deepest desires of their hearts and sincerely seeking Him.
Fr. Ryan walks us through 3 essential things to notice and moves to make when it comes to forgiveness.
Gut-check on how I respond when I am wronged.
Fr. Ryan taps into the meaning behind Jesus' seemingly mysterious words. Gifts cannot be earned or manipulated.
It's not about me or you, it's about us - in our Church, in our country, and in the world.
Fr. Walt shares a story of loyalty, allegiance, and comfort.
Fr. Walt gets personal and shares childhood stories of tragedy, endurance, and faith.