Starts Today! Novena to St. Dominic

August 8th is the feast day of St. Dominic and a solemnity for many Dominicans.*  Please consider joining me in a novena to St. Dominic, asking his intercession for the salvation of souls, as well as for the intentions of me, my fellow aspirants and all that have contributed prayers, time and treasure to fostering […]

Lessons From Martha

Most Christians know the story.  Jesus and His disciples were kicking back in the home of Mary, Martha, and Lazarus.  Martha was busy in the kitchen, trying to prepare a meal for the houseful of men.  And where is her sister, Mary?  Sitting with the guys at Jesus’ feet, in rapt awe.  Frustrated, Martha finally […]

What Would You Do if You Didn’t Have Student Debt?

This was the question recently asked by Julia O’Malley, an Anchorage reporter and columnist.  She highlights some of the answers she received here. The question is timely.  Last week, Congress passed a bill that ties college loan interest rates to the market.  This translates to lower interest rates now, but the possibility of interest rates […]

One Step Closer, One More To Go

So much excitement in recent days!  The spring class of The Labouré Society finished strong, raising approximately $270,000 for vocations!  Nine of my fellow aspirants will be entering formation this summer and fall because of the generosity of the Body of Christ!  Deo gratias!  On Friday, I received word from TLS that a grant award […]