Tag Archive | I Corinthians 13

Jilted Lovers

Dear Friends, Our society finds it quite acceptable for people to hop into one relationship after another or just satisfy their needs by”hooking up”. How many times have young people thought that this was the person of their dreams and been dumped by a rude text message ~ or done the dumping themselves? How many […]

Ode to Love

Many of us are thinking of our Valentine’s these days — our lovers,  intend-eds, spouses, classmates, mothers . . .  At least Hallmark would have us “send the very best.” So, what is love? I’ve officiated at the marriages of many young couples during my years as a priest who’ve chosen  St. Paul’s Ode to […]

Ode to Love

Many of us are thinking of our Valentine’s these days — our lovers,  intend-eds, spouses, classmates, mothers . . .  At least Halmark would have us “send the very best.” So, what is love? I’ve officiated at the marriages of many young couples  over the nearly 45 years of my priesthood who’ve chosen  St. Paul’s […]

Ode to Love

Editor’s Note: Over the next 10 days, you’ll be exposed to a pot-pourri  of themes.  First, I’ll do a series on St. Paul’s famous Ode to Love.  But connected to that, a group has selected Valentine’s Day to draw attention to violence against women world-wide, so I will be incorporating that as well.  But to complicate things […]

Ode to Love

turtle-puppy love Dear Friends and Lovers everywhere, Many of us are thinking of our Valentine’s these days — our lovers,  intendeds, spouses, classmates, mothers . . . So, what is love? I have officiated at the marriages of many young couples  over the 43 years of my priesthood who have chosen  St. Paul’s Ode to […]