My January column for the Catholic Free Press * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The long Christmas break (along with the mild weather) is over and reality comes back with a thud. The prospect of a long winter ahead is daunting
I was privileged to appear this morning on “Jon and Jeanne in the Morning” on Iowa Catholic Radio to talk about River of Grace: We talked about the creative ways that God’s grace works through our grief when we lose someone we love. Turns out I’m far from alone in thinking my grief journey after
You could win a copy of both books in the Chime Travelers series! Find out how at the end of this post … great gift for the child in your life (even if it’s you!). When’s the last time you treated yourself to a good children’s book? How did reading it make you feel? As
I am pleased to announce that my very first book, River of Grace: Creative Passages Through Difficult Times will be released this Fall, published by Ave Maria Press! A memoir with life application River of Grace is part spiritual memoir and part life application, offering true and hopeful stories of growth and transformation after hard losses. Father Robert
I visit Twitter and Facebook frequently and find many fun and fascinating links–it’s about time I share them with you! On the “Fun Facts” front .. Meet the woman who invented the dishwasher – now this is my kind of woman! I love reading about people who solve their own problems. One of my favorite personal sayings
Do those pesky little details really matter? Ask an engineer. A manufacturer. And a surgeon. One detail can make all the difference. A slip of the knife, a screw in the wrong place can spell danger and disaster. However, surgery performed well and products built precisely to specs can and do enhance and save lives.
I found a wonderful resource that I want to share with you. It is available as a Kindle book which you can access not only through your Kindle Fire, but on your phone, tablet or computer. This book is the work of Lisa Hendey and the staff at Catholicmom.com and is called As Morning Breaks: