The staff of the Archdiocese of Vancouver at the John Paul II Pastoral Centre got together to celebrate the pilgrims traveling to Krakow for World Youth Day.
Thanks to our friends at Salt + Light for the challenge. In turn, we challenge all Canadian pilgrims (and especially diocesan offices) to put together their own #WYDChallenge video!
More importantly, we pray for all pilgrims traveling to Poland for World Youth Day.
Follow the pilgrims of the Archdiocese of Vancouver on Twitter at @vanWYD: http://www.twitter.com/vanWYD
It’s the app that’s sweeping the globe: Pokemon GO. I don’t get it, I don’t want to get it, I don’t care for it, and I’m not interested in trying it.
In my new Clay’s Corner, I look at why for me it’s Pokemon NO.
My new Clay’s Corner is a must-watch for married couples (especially husbands) and anyone planning or hoping to get married.
I’m joined by my good friend Josh Canning (Alpha Canada, creator of Canadian Catholic) to talk about our amazing wives – Lisa and Gail.
In particular, we talk about how our wives bring out the best in us, and how they help us and challenge us when we struggle. We also discuss how our wives help us in our journey to become men of God.
We’ve all heard the saying “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” Well, if that’s the case, then our three kids flatter me to no end.
In my new Clay’s Corner, I look at the ways that Sean, Jacob, and Kayla are similar to me – good, bad, and ugly. I also suggest another loving Father that we can all look to as someone to imitate.
Happy Father’s Day to all Dads out there!
In my new Clay’s Corner, I pay tribute to my late father Larry, who passed away on October 11, 2004 at the age of 63. I share the story of his passing, along with many of my favourite memories of him.
I’m thankful that Dad taught me so many things, especially how to be a man and how to raise my children.