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My New Book – “The Angry Christian”

Exciting news! Paraclete Press is publishing my new book, a revised version of The Angry Christian. Here’s a description of the book:




The Angry Christian: A Bible-based Strategy to Care for and Discipline a Valuable Emotion

Anger rages at a high pitch in our society—Time magazine says it’s out of control in America.  People seem to be on […]

My New Book on Fulton Sheen – “Think Right, Live Well”

Our Sunday Visitor has just published a new book that I put together, titled Think Right, Live Well: Daily Reflections with Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.

Here’s a description of the book:
Think Right, Live Well introduces readers to the spirit and thought of Fulton Sheen, the greatest Catholic media evangelist of the 20th-Century. In the 1950s, […]

By |August 31, 2017|Writing|0 Comments|

Two Letters From the Holy Spirit

I have in my file and reproduce here two letters that I believe were sent by the Holy Spirit. I will give the background to each letter and share its significance.
Letter One
In February 1973 at prayer one day I thought I heard the Holy Spirit say that he wanted me to move to Ann […]

By |January 19, 2016|Prayer|1 Comment|

How Frequent Reception of the Eucharist Can Change Your Life

For the past decade I have attended daily Mass at my parish. I gather at 7 a.m. with a community of men and women who have become my close friends. When I decided to write this book I asked many of them to tell me about the effect daily Mass has had on their […]

The Day after Christmas

“Into your hands I commit my spirit.” Psalm 31:6

On December 25th we celebrate Christmas. With delight and excitement we welcome the birth of Jesus, God himself, who has come to be with us. On the next day the church has us reflect on the stoning of Stephen, the first martyr. Here the […]


“He chose us in Christ before the foundation of the world to be holy and blameless before him in love.”  Ephesians 1:4

On December 8 we celebrate Mary’s Immaculate Conception, one of the highlights of the Advent season.

Before “the foundation of the world”—before God created anything—he had Mary in mind to become the mother of […]

The Heavens: Revealing God’s Greatness

“The heavens declare the glory of God; the sky proclaims its builder’s craft.” – Psalm 19:2 (NAB)

One night around twenty-two hundred years ago, somewhere near Alexandria, Egypt, the writer of the book of Wisdom lay back on his lawn, his head cushioned on his arms, and stared awestruck at the starry heavens. We have probably […]

Voices of the Saints – Radio Spots

Click below for short profiles of the saints throughout the year! These “Voices of the Saints” radio spots are heard frequently on the EWTN network.

St. Genevieve (January 3)
St. Aelred of Rievaulx (January 12)
St. Anthony of Egypt (January 17)
Bl. Henry Suso (January 25)
St. Angela Merici (January 27)
St. Paul Miki and Companions (February 6)
St. Claude la Columbière […]

By |October 5, 2014|Saints|0 Comments|

Writing With Passion [Audio Talk]

Two decades ago I was invited to give the keynote talk at a Christian writers’ conference. One day the organizer of the event called and asked me to give him a title for the talk on the spot. Without thinking I said that I wanted to talk about “Writing with Passion,” but I had […]

By |August 19, 2014|Writing|0 Comments|

A Method of Continual Prayer

“Pray constantly.” (1 Thessalonians 5:17.)

After visiting monasteries in the East, St. John Cassian (ca. 360–433), founded two monasteries in the West at Marseilles—one for men and another for women. His foundations were cenobia, community schools that formed candidates for a disciplined Christian life. To instruct his monks and nuns, Cassian wrote two significant books. […]