This resource will feature weekly Sunday Reflections based on the readings from Sacred Scripture written by Ted Wolgamot, Psy.D. The readings are found in those cycles common to the Catholic Church, the Episcopal Church, and most mainstream Protestant churches. It will also include a blog written by a guest, articles of interest in the spiritual world, and books that have been found to be of special import.


In the Interest of Fairness

Back in October, I wrote a blog in which I was somewhat critical of evangelical Christians. I quoted an opinion piece in Rolling Stone magazine about Lance Wallnau, an evangelical ...


Second Sunday of Advent

“Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Mt. 3:1 These words from the Gospel of Matthew highlight the cover of a National Geographic magazine. They also scroll across ...


What We Can Learn from Monks

My college and much of my post-graduate education was provided by Benedictine monks. For those unfamiliar with Christian monasticism, it’s an ancient form of living the gospel through a combination ...


First Sunday of Advent

“They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; one nation shall not raise the sword against another, nor shall they train for war again …. ...


Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

“This is the King of the Jews.” Lk. 33:36 During the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church adopted many of the trappings we associate with people of power in those days. ...


Whom To Thank?

I’ve developed the habit, during night prayer, to think of the people I’ve met and who have helped me during the day. They include clerks in stores, waiters, workers who’ve ...