February 2021

Remember Who You Are

February 28, 2021 - by Fr. Nicholas Livingston

There’s a saying in self-help programs that encourages people to evaluate their choices and set goals, and it goes like this: “We get what we think we deserve”. Many times we think we get what we deserve, that is to say there is a 1:1 relationship between receiving the reward for our deeds. But this phrase’s addition of “think” alters it a bit. It places the perception of what we deserve in our own hands. We are the masters of our own destiny. Read more...

The Mean Between Religious Extremes

February 21, 2021 - by Fr. Nicholas Livingston

One universal human truth made famous by Greek philosophy is the golden mean, or finding the mean between the extremes. Said simply, too much or too little can be equally harmful. Too much of a good thing can be as damaging as too little of that same good thing. Read more...

Faith Shines in Difficulty

February 14, 2021 - by Fr. Nicholas Livingston

The pandemic has placed us in scary times and this uncertainty we’ve felt has raised some questions for many peoples about God. “How can God let this happen? Why won’t God just fix this?” Let’s look at today’s Gospel to understand more about how God helps people in unexpected ways. Read more...