In September of 2015, my family and I had the opportunity to go on pilgrimage to the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, PA.
20,000 Catholics from around the world attended the week-long conference culminating in a visit that weekend drawing over 1 millions pilgrims from around the world. Below are my reflections before, during, and after this pilgrimage. It was truly a grace filled time.
As we were driving into Indiana last night, it was after the sun had went down over the horizon, but ...Read More
I don't know what to say. As special as yesterday was in seeing Pope Francis up close, today was 100 ...Read More
Wow! I am exhausted, so todays post is going to be a bit of a short one…:) And besides, I'm ...Read More
When we walked out of the hotel this morning to head to the convention center, it was a different city. Many of ...Read More
Busy day today… We drove in for the first time (took the train the other days) and were able to ...Read More
"We each are a story of reversal. And this reversal happens in the family through Christ." - Cardinal Robert Sarah This ...Read More
The day started a bit slow. It was great that we checked-in yesterday because it allow us to have a ...Read More
We made it to Philly! And let me tell you, this city if electric, and the congress of families has ...Read More
Well, the road today was definitely not the one less traveled… Day 1 of our journey takes us to Somerset, ...Read More
It's starting to get real. Facebook and Twitter are buzzing with activity and all kinds of posts from people about ...Read More