A Kernel of Wheat, a Cross on Calvary, and a French Mystic

As Christians we are called to live like Christ and he has given us a beautiful example not only in his willingness to bear the cross but in his resoluteness as he knowingly approached it. In John 12, after his entrance into Jerusalem, Jesus spoke about his death which was to come. He spoke not … Continue reading A Kernel of Wheat, a Cross on Calvary, and a French Mystic

Patrick and Oisin: Remembering Our Ancestors

There is wonderful story told by the old Irish poets of a relationship between Oisin (OH-SHEEN), the last of the Fianna, and Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Oisin is presented as the final representative of Celtic pagan society and he debates religion with Patrick, who becomes his benefactor and protector. The story can be … Continue reading Patrick and Oisin: Remembering Our Ancestors