We all bear the wound of weakness. Whether we conceal it with strength or buckle under it in shame, every human being has felt the pain of our own limitations and sufferings. But contrary to our assumptions, it is actually the practice of embracing that weakness—not running from it—that unites us most deeply to Christ and to one another.
My hope for this space is to extend an invitation to an inclusive Christianity; to a faith that serves not our own personal interests, but the common good; a faith that embraces the stories of others and commits to learn from and walk beside them rather than seek to change them; a faith that takes the Incarnation of Christ seriously and believes God is found nearest in the face of your neighbor.
I like to say that my offerings through writing, speaking, and podcasting always find their roots in Catholic Social Thought, but you might be wondering what exactly that means. Find out more about what you can expect from my work through these outlined values.