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Craig Gould is the Director of Catholics on Call. He completed his undergraduate degree in Theology at Boston College in 2003. After graduation he was hired by Young Life in Anchorage, Alaska to serve as an area intern working in youth evangelization. After two years on staff with Young Life, Craig became the Pastoral Associate for Evangelization at St. Patricks Parish in Anchorage, a position which he held until 2008, when he, his new wife and baby girl moved to Minnesota. He was then the Coordinator of Youth Ministry at the Church of St. Mary, in Alexandria for 3 years before becoming a full time student at St. Johns University in Collegeville, MN, where he completed his MA in Theology in 2013. He began at CTU as the Director of Youth and Young Adult programs in January of 2013. Craig, his wife, Katie, and their three daughters, Abigial (4), Isabella (3), and Sophia (1) currently live outside Chicago.
Contributions from Craig Gould
Scripture Reflection for the Ascension of the Lord (May 12, 2013)
Scripture Readings: Acts 1:1-11 Psalm 47 Ephesians 1:17-23 Luke 24:46-53
It’s a common cliché, “God never closes a door without opening a window.” Yet it seems equally true that when you go through one door, you close the one behind you. This is especially true when discerning a vocation.
May 10, 2013
The great poet T.S. Eliot said that, “there are some things about which we can say nothing, but before which we dare not be silent.” In the same way Pope Francis in his apostolic exhoration, Evangelii Gaudium, has continued to remind us that we must speak, we must proclaim the name and joy of Christ. Perhaps in no season is Christ as “before” us as the season of Lent, and perhaps not time more in Lent than during Holy Week.
April 23, 2014
Scripture Reflection for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (February 1, 2015)
Scripture Readings: Deuteronomy 18:15-20 Psalm 95: 1-2, 6-7, 7-9 1 Corinthians 7:32-35 Mark 1:21-28
“What have you come to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth?”
January 29, 2015