The Pilgrim Log

Weekly Inspiration to Live Your Daily Pilgrimage

How Your Lent Can Be A Journey to Freedom

There are two ways that many people think of the Lenten Season: Some  may think it to be constricting; because in these forty days, the Church is guiding us to fast, give alms and spend time in prayer. On the other hand, some people see this Season of Lent as a journey of healing that […]

A Deeper Look at the Prodigal Son

The parable in this Sunday’s Gospel reading is often referred to as “The Prodigal Son,” because it seems to focus on the behavior of the younger son. However, there much more to reflect on here. The Prodigal Son Certainly, we see how the selfishness of the younger son drew himself into deeper sin, which brought […]

Our Weakness, His Strength

Throughout salvation history, God has chosen to accomplish great things through men and women whom he calls into his service beginning with Abraham. In today’s first reading God calls Moses to lead the Chosen people out of their slavery in Egypt. To get Moses’ attention God speaks from a burning bush and reveals his name […]