The Pilgrim Log

Weekly Inspiration to Live Your Daily Pilgrimage

Joy in Tying the Knot!

ARTICLE – When couples “tie the knot”, it is a sign of their willingness to love and sacrifice for their spouse. In this week’s Pilgrim Log, Mary Jane Fox offers great insight on this special topic.

The Fifteen Most Powerful Words

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.

Fear & Anxiety

ARTICLE – Fear and anxiety are on the rise. What are we to do? Where are we to turn? This week’s Pilgrim Log brings hope and suggestions to find peace in today’s world.

Living Our Call

ARTICLE – During difficult times, we often tell ourselves “everything is going to be ok.” We offer an uplifting message of hope for those moments of difficulty.

Viviendo nuestro llamado

ARTÍCULO – Durante tiempos difíciles, a menudo nos decimos “todo va a estar bien”. Ofrecemos un mensaje edificante de esperanza para esos momentos de dificultad.

Pruning My Own Branches

ARTICLE – Can you correctly identify those branches in you that are either not bearing fruit or are not bearing enough fruit? Wondering how to identify them? Read this week’s Pilgrim Log for some practical ways in how to do so.

Finding Jesus’ Peace Today

ARTICLE – Are you looking for peace? We offer some insights into how you can experience true peace.

I am the Good Shepherd

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.

Amidst Chaos: Simple but Powerful Steps to Peace & Trust In God

ARTICLE – As life piles up, how can we maintain peace and trust in God? Simple, but powerful steps are just a click away.

Divine Mercy: Where Hope And Healing Are Found

ARTICLE – We often go through life, defining ourselves by our worst sin. This can continually keep us down. God loves us with his divine mercy. Every part of us that feels condemned, our Heavenly Father wants to turn into a fountain of life. Find a message of hope and healing here.