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.


Fourth Sunday of Lent

“Surely, we are not also blind, are we?” Jn. 9:40 Today’s Gospel contains one of the most astonishing stories in the entirety of the Bible … and one of the ...


The God Who Has Time on his/her Hands

I know little about physics in general, and even less about astronomy, but I’m interested in both and am fascinated by astronomical discoveries. We live in a remarkable age for ...


Third Sunday of Lent

“We no longer believe because of your word, for we have heard for ourselves, and we know that this is truly the savior of the world.” (Jn. 4:42) Those of ...


What Religion Gives Us (That Science Can’t)

Due to time restraints caused by my moving out-of-state, Skeptical Faith blogs are, as they say in show biz, “encore presentations.” This one was published in 2018. The New York ...


First Sunday of Lent

“Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert to be tempted by the devil.” Mt. 4:1 Temptation. Even the word itself is alluring, glamorous, enticing. And that’s because, if ...


Ash Wednesday

“Remember … that you are dust and into dust you shall return.” Remember. The very first word we encounter as we begin the season of Lent. Remember. The very first ...