“Paul describes the work of the gospel in terms of the divine “word,” referring to the powerful divine activity both…
Author Sr. Margaret Kerry, fsp
Breathing life into what has become a secular “ho, ho, holiday” and making it “ho, ho, holy!”
There is gold to be mined in our suffering when it is united to Christ. John Paul II wrote that the meaning of Christian suffering is to “unleash love.”
The absolute newness of Jesus Christ in history continues in the absolute newness of the baptized person in society. Nourished on Word and Eucharist, a mutual exchange of gifts brings the fruit of transformation in Christ. The Christian becomes a living evangelization, a living Gospel.
Here is the story of our ancient Christian roots that presents serious scholarship you can trust with truly sensible language you can understand and enjoy.
Rekindle your love for the Sacred Heart of Jesus by reflecting on the scriptural roots of the Sacred Heart devotion, and how it has evolved over the centuries. This book includes practical ways to adopt the devotion in your home.
What happens when an adventurous little boy just tries to be helpful? More trouble than his mother ever imagined! I’ll Do Better Tomorrow, I Promise, by author Maurine Reynolds Adamek, cleverly captures the amusing and confusing experiences of every child, and the often frustrating experiences of every parent. The timeless values of family, love, patience and forgiveness make this a book you’ll want to read again and again.
Sr. Margaret Kerry, fsp shares how faith is alive in Africa and is being done to support and nurture Catholics and Christians on the African continent.