ARTICLE – At baptism, we are called to be Priest, Prophet, and King. In this week’s Pilgrim Log, Deacon Tom Fox shares the way to truly be a Disciple of Christ.
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ARTICE – In Matthew 19:20-22, a rich, young man asks Jesus, “Teacher, what must I do to gain eternal life?” Deacon Tom offers some great insight into the answer Jesus provided the rich, young man. He also shares some suggestions to help us stay close to Jesus, as we journey through life.
ARTICLE – What is the final authority we look to, as it relates to it guiding our lives? It can be difficult at times to know what is forming us. Deacon Tom Fox shares a great reflection on the pursuit of wisdom and intelligence.
In every situation, Jesus always knows what he is going to do, but there are times when he will ask us what we are going to do when we are confronted with a challenge. Will we limit the possibilities of a solution to the resources at hand, perhaps believing it is hopeless?
ARTICLE – Have we become accustomed to efficiency? God does things in His own way and in His own time. God answers all prayer that is for our good and the good of his kingdom. Find insight on how to stay the course when praying, in this week’s Pilgrim Log.
ARTICLE – What are the most powerful fifteen words in the English language according to St. Francis De Sales? In this week’s Pilgrim Log, Deacon Tom Fox shares those fifteen words, along with additional insight to help us on our pilgrimage of daily life.
ARTICLE – “I am the good shepherd, A good shepherd lays down his life for his sheep.” Deacon Tom offers a reflection on the gospel readings from Good Shepherd Sunday and how it can be applied to our daily pilgrimage.
ARTICLE – Every time we sin, we say “crucify him.” Deacon Tom Fox offers insight as to how we can make reparation for those times.
ARTICLE – Why was The Transfiguration in yesterday’s readings? Deacon Tom Fox connects the dots for us.
ARTICLE – Do you feel God is calling you? Do not fear, take courage!
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