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A Letter from St. Junipero Serra to His Parents

The Church’s newest saint, Junipero Serra, a Spaniard by birth, but an “American” by virtue of his selfless service to the natives of what would become the American southwest and Mexico, left home at the age of about 35, having already enjoyed a successful period teaching philosophy at a Franciscan seminary. 651 more words

Omens and Divine Providence: Part Two.

The last time I wrote I was in Blowing Rock, North Carolina getting ready to head back up onto the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway. I did so and rode her north for another 50 miles or so until I couldn’t stand it anymore. 517 more words

Omens and Divine Providence: A Different Motorcycle GPS

I am writing this in a cafe, down a flower and fern filled alley in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. Need to hit the road soon but for now I feel like lingering over coffee, and the overhearing of soft, but succinct, North Carolina accents.The accents always make me think of  “Andy of Mayberry”, and my Aunt Pearl who was from Raleigh.  662 more words

Abandonment To Divine Providence

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I have been reading “Abandonment To Divine Providence” again and I am just blown away by the awesome truths that this wonderful writing has, and which are written in the simplest of ways….a real joy. 373 more words



When I was going through my annulment, many years ago, one of the words that kept coming to me in prayer was Wait.  I didn’t like that. 623 more words


Abandonment to God

I wrote this back in November of 2008 after reading Fr. Groeschel’s book.

Like always, I am reading many books right now and one of them is “Arise from Darkness” by Fr. 674 more words

Abandonment To Divine Providence