February 24, 2017

In this issue:

What Love Is ThisIs it love … enough
Rude Awakening: From peaceful slumber
A Deficiency Of Faith: How great the darkness

2017.02.24 Colloqui Vol 1 No 40

Deacon Chuck

About the author: Deacon Chuck

Deacon Chuck was ordained into the permanent diaconate on September 17, 2011, in the ministry of service to the Diocese of Reno and assigned to St. Albert the Great Catholic Community. He currently serves as the parish bulletin editor and website administrator. Deacon Chuck continues to serve the parish of Saint Albert the Great Catholic Community of the Diocese of Reno, Nevada. He is the Director of Adult Faith Formation and Homebound Ministries for the parish, conducts frequent adult faith formation workshops, and is a regular homilist. He currently serves as the bulletin editor for the parish bulletin. He writes a weekly column intended to encompass a broad landscape of thoughts and ideas on matters of theology, faith, morals, teachings of the magisterium and the Catholic Church; they are meant to illuminate, illustrate, and catechize the readers and now number more than 230 articles. His latest endeavor is "Colloqui: A journal for restless minds", a weekly journal of about 8 pages similar in content to bulletin reflections. All his reflections, homilies, commentaries, and Colloqui are posted and can be found on his website: http://deaconscorner.org. Comments are always welcome and appreciated. He is the author of two books: "The Voices of God: hearing God in the silence" which offers the reader insights into how to hear God’s voice through all of the noise that surrounds us; and "Echoes of Love: Effervescent Memories" which through a combination of prose and verse provides the reader with a wonderful journey on the way to discovering forever love. He regularly speaks to groups of all ages and size and would welcome the opportunity to speak to your group.

1 Comment

  1. Deacon Chuck,

    Just checking in with you and your thoughts. I hope you are well. Since your work is not printed in the Bulletin any more I do not keep up with it regularly. I did happen upon your Volume 40 and and found it interesting. You covered a lot of ground. A couple of phrases got my attention. You mentioned a secular relativist vacuum that you found disturbing. I am not sure what that means as we live on a planet that given it’s god given diversity could easily be described as secular and relative without passing judgement. I guess the opposite of that is a religious, constructivist vacuum that you might find more comfortable, You seem to want to return to a past that never existed. Injustice, diversity, disagreement.and longing have been around a long time. We live in a country and a world that has come a long way in terms of providing opportunity and happiness for many people. That should be celebrated, but many oppressed people understand we have a long way to go. You and I are not those people. We are priviledged. I guess I would appreciate an example of Moral Relativism that is exhibits The right and wrong you find so easily discernible.

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