Posted by dorsborn on Oct 30, 2018 in Bishop Campbell | Comments Off on 10/30/18- Bishop Campbell-Weekly Reflection: The “Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell.” We are approaching the last Sunday of Ordinary Time – the Feast of Christ the King. The Last Judgment and the gift of time to reflect on our journey. Do not fall into the sin of Presumption that we will always have “enough time” before we die to examine our sins and repent. It’s a time of hope and joy because we are Christians.
Posted by dorsborn on Oct 23, 2018 in Bishop Campbell | Comments Off on 10/23/18- Bishop Campbell- Weekly Reflection: Jesus’ title, Emmanuel, means “God with us.” His ministry of healing cured both body and soul. In the midst of human illness and astounding medical advancements, we must still rememer the “god is with us” and we all face death — merely a change — not the final resolution.
Posted by dorsborn on Oct 16, 2018 in Bishop Campbell | Comments Off on 10/16/18- Bishop Campbell- Weekly Reflection; “Teach us to number our days arights, that we may present to you a heart of wisdom,” (Wisdom, Psalm 90:12). We are made for Eternity..
Posted by dorsborn on Oct 9, 2018 in Bishop Campbell | Comments Off on 10/09/18- Bishop Campbell- Weekly Reflection: Living a contemplative life in a raucous secular world; St. Teresa of Avila and St. Therese of Lisieux
Posted by dorsborn on Oct 2, 2018 in Bishop Campbell | Comments Off on 10/02/18- Bishop Campbell- From The Chair: Part I – Feast Day of the Little Flower: St. Therese of Lisieux – Doctor of the Church; Part II – Listener questions, hosted by David Martin.
Posted by dorsborn on Sep 25, 2018 in Bishop Campbell | Comments Off on 09/25/18- Bishop Campbell- Weekly Reflection: Blaise Pascal, 17th century mathematician – Reflections on impact of telescope (revealed vastness of space) and microscope (revealed infinitesimal smallness of life); how shall mankind incorporate the silence and depth of this “new science?”