Father Pat Griffin reflects on Kristallnacht as he continues his series Considering Consecrated Life. I must confess...
Year of Consecrated Life
Father Pat Griffin continues his series Considering Consecrated Life with a reflection on costumes. “Costumes” In many...
Continung his series on Considering Consecrated Life Father Pat Griffin reflects on Kindness The promulgation date for...
I imagine the Lord God holding out an invitation: Write to me. Pen and paper are not the absolute needs, but the desire to speak fluently and to allow my heart to be revealed.
“Awaited” – reflection by Fr.Pat Griffin
Pope Francis tells us that God is not afraid of newness.
And so, the Spirit is free. From the view of that Spirit, “liberal” and “conservative” must and do tend in the same direction. As persons consecrated by that divine presence, we pray for her outpouring in our lives and ministries as Pentecost comes upon us.
Yes, even now, in this Easter Season, we pray: “maranatha,” “Come, Lord Jesus.” We look to heaven for that glorious advent.
Celebrating the spread of the Gospel
Fr. Pat Griffin reflects on “The Tomorrows of God” in his series Considering Consecrated Life
“A Week of Sundays” Reflections from Fr.Pat Griffin
In “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” – Holy Saturday Father Pat Griffin continues his series of reflections