Changing unhelpful habits

April 5, 2023

By Fr. Garry Richmeier, CPPS
People tend to think of habits as behavior, but we also have thinking habits. We get used to certain thoughts or ways of thinking, and we repeat them automatically. They may or may not be true or accurate, but we continue to repeat them, which can cause problems.

Jesus Present in the Eucharist

March 28, 2023

By Fr. Ron Will, CPPS
Today we will experience a guided meditation in front of the Tabernacle in the Precious Blood Chapel in Liberty, Missouri. This series invites you to go deeper in your relationship with God. It is an invitation to enter the divine embrace.

Cream Puffs

March 22, 2023

Cream puffs are the perfect dessert for any celebration. They look so fancy. A lot of people hesitate to make cream puffs, but what they don’t realize is how easy they are actually to make.

Finding your desert in a land of too much

By Fr. Garry Richmeier, CPPS
Not too long ago, human’s sole focus was on survival —– food, water and shelter. Now, living in prosperity, we are overwhelmed with too much of everything. That is our reality, so what can we do to help ourselves survive and thrive in this land of too much?

Family Matters: Teaching Youth to Manage Money

March 15, 2023

By Lucia Ferrara
When it comes to money, are your kids savers or spenders? Do they ponder purchases or buy on impulse? Kids handle money as they were taught. Here are some lessons on money management kids can use.

Taizé for Lent: Encountering God in prayerful silence

March 8, 2023

Lent is an opportunity for the community of faith to pause and reawaken to the bounty of God’s love. As we deepen our communal and individual awareness that God deeply loves us, our awareness deepens, and so too do our relationships. This month, let us rest in God’s mercy and love.

Moses Encounters God in the Burning Bush

February 27, 2023

By Fr. Ron Will, CPPS
This series invites you to go deeper in your relationship with God It is an invitation to enter the divine embrace. Today we join Moses in the wilderness where he encounters God in a physical, dramatic way.

Making Peace with Uncertainty

February 23, 2023

By Fr. Garry Richmeier, CPPS.
Uncertainty is one of the most unpleasant feelings human beings experience. We hate it. It triggers our fears of what might happen if things go badly. We usually end up envisioning the worst-case scenario. And we can imagine some pretty scary things. An Assembling God’s Puzzle video.

Arguments, an Assembling God’s Puzzle video

February 8, 2023

By Fr. Garry Richmeier, CPPS.
Some people love to argue, and others avoid it like the plague. Arguing can be destructive or constructive. Which it turns out to be depends on what one’s definition of arguing is.

February Taizé: We present ourselves to God

February 3, 2023

Feb. 2, the Feast of the Presentation, marks when Mary and Joseph showed fidelity and dedication to God by presenting the infant Jesus in the Temple. In baptism, you too were welcomed into the community of believers and promised to be a sign of Christ’s Light in the world.


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