It was the First Sunday of Lent in 2016. Solomon Ankaya, a diocesan seminarian, and I were on our way to Konguan, one of the ten mission outstations of Holy Trinity parish in Bogia, Papua New Guinea. We traveled by car along a narrow road through the mountains. That day, the road was wet and slippery from heavy rain the previous night. We crossed ...
Seminarians who come to study at the St. Joseph Freinademetz House of Philosophy in northern Ghana find themselves strangers in their new neighborhood. The St. Freinademetz Formation House is located in Malshegu, a ... Read More
On March 14th, an intense cyclone made landfall in Mozambique, right near the port city of Beira, a town of about 500,000 people. Over the next few days, this storm dumped catastrophic amounts of water on the area, ... Read More
The call to be a Christian is a radical one. We are told to love our enemies, forgive those who have wronged us and eliminate sin from our hearts and minds, not just from our actions. One of the most ... Read More