The Pilgrim Log

Weekly Inspiration to Live Your Daily Pilgrimage

Do I Know the Holy Spirit?

ARTICLE – Other than when you make the sign of the Cross or pray the Apostles’ Creed, how often do you mention or talk to the Holy Spirit? If you said, not very often… well, you are not alone.

Finding Peace In Our Times

ARTICLE – The world we live in does not offer us the peace that gives rest to our soul. If we want to know and experience the peace that Jesus offers, this is how we can pursue it.

Mary of Magdala at Christ’s Tomb

ARTICLE – In this reflection, explore what Mary of Magdala might have experienced at the Tomb of Jesus. Through her life and example, we can see how Jesus can bring beauty and new beginnings into our own lives.

Mercy, Love’s Second Name

ARTICLE – Take a few moments to reflect on God’s mercy.

God Looks At You with Love

ARTICLE – Do you or someone you know, feel like God is constantly judging from on-high? How can we know this is a faulty understanding of God, and how can our hearts be healed from this wounded understanding of God?

Divine Mercy, Now and Forever

  On the evening of that first day of the week, when the doors were locked, where the disciples were, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in […]

Mercy: The Secret to Healing

ARTICLE – We all know we are called to do if we profess to name ourselves Christian; followers of Jesus Christ. We must, like our Master, be merciful through the action of forgiving those who hurt us. Read on to find healing through this gift.

What Is True Humility? – Life Lessons from Holy Weeek

Over time, humility has become more and more under-rated and misunderstood. A lot of this has to do with the fact that we see ourselves through the eyes of the […]

How Your Lent Can Be A Journey to Freedom

ARTICLE – What does it mean to have true freedom in Christ? Especially written to begin Lent, this reflection will shed light on the goodness and love each of us can truly attain in daily life.

A Deeper Look at the Prodigal Son

ARTICLE – One of Jesus’ most famous parables is that of the Prodigal Son, but how does it really apply it to our daily lives?