Incarnation is Everywhere is the fruit of prayer, silence, and the daily bread of God’s presence in the holy ordinary of everyday life.

Much of my writing flows from the liturgical and sacramental experience of being Catholic. I write from a Catholic perspective, but remain open to all that is true, good, and beautiful in people, in culture, and in the world.

I have written for Give Us This Day, National Catholic Reporter, God in All things, US Catholic, Millennial Journal, Catholic Key Magazine, the Leaven Catholic Newspaper, and a few more publications. I wrote “Your Church Wants to Hear from You: What is the Synod on Synodality?” published by Liturgical Press.

I studied systematic theology and spirituality as a Bernardin Scholar at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Jesuit-educated through both high school and college (go Ramblers), my spiritual life became real and vibrant to me during the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius in my early twenties. That experience, coupled with a life-changing pilgrimage to El Salvador and a post grad book club studying Dorothy Day’s The Long Loneliness, continues to inspire me to find God in all things, especially at the margins.

The joy of my life is my wife and three sons. My two happy places are on the couch with a lapful of kids, or on pilgrimage, particularly to Siena, Italy, for the feast of the Palio.

I believe God calls every single one of us to divine union, to being so God-intoxicated and spirit-permeated we can’t help but joyfully proclaim: incarnation is everywhere, God may be all in all.


Your Church Wants to Hear from You: What is the Synod on Synodality? was written to help get the word out about the Synod on Synodality and the call for our church to be more synodal. It was published by Liturgical Press in April 2022. I also write regular reflections for Give Us This Day.


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