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Kids at adoration? Are you crazy?! Marc Cardaronella discusses 31 resources for staying sane and keeping your kids quiet, engaged, and happy at adoration.
Lent is an ideal time to boost your spiritual routine. Tiffany Walsh suggests small, simple ideas to add into your Lenten experience that can lead to a meaningful Easter morning.
Meg Matenaer observes that with Valentine’s Day around the corner, “Shakespeare on Love” by Joseph Pearce serves as a great reminder of what love truly is and offers a sure guide in reading Shakespeare, a must-read, especially if you have a teenager in the house.
Lisa Hendey invites you on an #UnboundAdventure awareness trip: to the Philippines! Learn how your support for Unbound is making a difference for families in this part of the world.
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Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today’s Gospel.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time: being a Christian is not about getting to heaven by the skin of your teeth after a life of cautious mediocrity. It’s about high adventure that leads to glory, but only through perilous battles.
The problem of suffering has caused many to leave the Faith, but Fr. Josh Johnson uses this Jubilee Year of Mercy to show how mercy and suffering go hand in hand. Jesus was willingly betrayed, abandoned, and crucified to show that he is with us in our suffering. In receiving his divine mercy through confession, by coming to Christ in our brokenness, we join Christ and the saints in their suffering so we can share in the resurrection with them.