Having already donated more than $3 million in humanitarian aid to persecuted Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East, the Knights of Columbus will expand its efforts even further with a national campaign to raise funds and foster awareness of the terrible suffering of Christians and others in the Middle East.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time: junk food may taste good, but it often leaves you with indigestion. But the bread of life satisfies. We were made for it.
Today, we continue our community conversation on Pope Francis’s newly released encyclical On Care for Our Common Home (Laudato Si’). Join us for an eight week conversation on this important document and our role in caring for the world around us.
Melanie Jean Juneau discusses how becoming a mother forced her to evolve and adapt how she kept her home: “As a mother, I did not want to die and discover I had chosen public approval over loving my little ones.”
Preserving the bounty of your garden is easy! Margaret Rose Realy, Obl OSB offers advice and a reminder to share.
This week, we conclude our Book Club discussion on Unleashed, by Sonja Corbitt. Lisa Hendey reflects on Chapter 8 and the question “Do You Believe This?”
“My generation has…texts? the magic of photo filters on Instagram? man-crush-Monday?” Megan Swaim talks about modern communication in marriage and healthy habits to help you grow in intimacy.