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.


Are Christian Values a Sham?

While out walking I sometimes listen to a program on National Public Radio called Hidden Brain. Its usual fare are the psychological quirks and oddities of human beings. A recent ...


Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

“I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me will never hunger, and whoever believes in me will never thirst.” Jn: 6:35 No one can ever accuse the Bible ...


A Reversal in Attitudes toward Religion?

I often mention the “nones” in these blogs. Those are people – mostly under the age of 40 – who enter “none” when asked on surveys which religion they profess. ...


Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

St. Paul, the first of the preachers to the Gentiles, was also: the first to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Greek – speaking world and eventually to ...


Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

“ … his heart was moved with pity for them” Mk. 6:34 The word translated as “pity” or “compassion” in the scriptural quote above is a very weak rendering of ...


The Devil Made Me Do It

In the 1970s, a comedian named Flip Wilson turned the phrase, “The devil made me do it,” into a national buzz phrase. It seemed funny at the time because “Geraldine,” ...