Pop Culture Piety
I am a priest in the Diocese of Calgary, serving the wonderful people of Holy Cross, Calgary. I watch reality television, I drink Starbucks coffee, and I read celebrity gossip columns. I am also a magician and often use magic tricks to teach the children at church the lessons of the Bible. I believe that God is present in intricacy of our lives, and thus I believe that Pop Culture can provide intriguing lessons, examples, and challenges for our life of faith.
Recent blog posts
February 16th, 2017
It is an individualistic and self-focused world that has made our love for ourselves a criteria for loving our Lord and our neighbours. Scripture, however, says no such thing.
February 8th, 2017
Yes God has created us. But God also sustains us, and so each moment, God calls us to be again.
January 30th, 2017
How do the Beatitudes speak to our life as Christians in this world that is so often turned upside down, and in which fear and hate seem to run wild?
January 20th, 2017
What does Andrew’s journey to Jesus teach us about our own Discipleship? Can our journey with Jesus be seen in four easy steps?
January 10th, 2017
Spiritual clutter is anything that drains the vibrancy of our faith or restricts us from living fully in God’s love and grace.