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.


Archie Bunker’s god, Part II

Back in 2018, I wrote a blog with the title, “Clinging to Archie Bunker’s God.” The character masterfully played by the late Carroll O’Conner in the 1970s TV comedy “All ...


Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

“Lord, will only a few people be saved?” Lk. 13: 23 This question has been asked again and again throughout the ages. And it always seems to carry with it ...


Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

“ … when you hold a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind; blessed indeed will you be because of their inability to repay you.” Lk: 14:14 ...


What It Means to Believe

Over coffee at a neighborhood Panera’s, my friend, Bob Claus, and I had one of our familiar conversations about faith and doubt, but this time, with Bob’s friend and former ...


When It Stops Flowing, It Stinks

In his homily about stories in the New and Old Testament readings on a recent weekend, Fr. John Brobbey, the associate pastor at St. Francis of Assisi parish in West ...


Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

“I have come to set the earth on fire” Lk 12:49 Last week Jesus pleaded with us to “not be afraid.” But the words Jesus speaks today are frightening:Fire. Division. Families ...