Top Posts & Pages
- Can rainbows really be signs from God? (poll included at the end)
- Homily for Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, Nativity of Mary, “Mother of Grace” celebration
- God is Good (and so is vacation)!
- Podcast in Portuguese: homilia semanal #4 – 2 de outubro de 2011, XXVII domingo de tempo ordinário, ano A - domingo de Respeito à Vida
- Praying for the Legion of Christ's General Chapter
- Review: the Temeraire series, by Naomi Novik
- The greatest plot twist of all time
- About me and this blog
- Homily for August 28, XXII Sunday in Ordinary Time, cycle A
- St. Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh, Ireland (photos)
Author Archives: Matthew Green
God has been consistently, amazingly good to me. God’s plans can be strange, unexpected, unfathomable, and/or painful at times, but God’s goodness is boundless. Sometimes I ask myself why God takes such good care of me and answers my prayers … Continue reading
Originally posted on Biltrix:
Am I my brother’s keeper? When I give tours at the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York, I like to stop by this paining and not say a word. Eventually, someone asks, “What’s this painting about?”…
It isn’t a secret I have not been overly optimistic about the success of the Legion of Christ’s ongoing General Chapter. I want things to go well, but over the past three years time and again I have read and … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I posted. So much has happened in my life over the past several months that it’s been hard to find the time to sit down and write something… but I can’t let this occasion pass … Continue reading
Origami red socks designed and folded by me (one square each), in celebration of our World Series champions!!! The sock design is a no brainer, really. The challenge would be to make both socks out of one sheet of … Continue reading
Designed and folded by me, although both designs (yes, there are two, with slightly different results in the details) are so simple someone else may have documented them first!
Designed and folded by me. Halloween is just around the corner!