Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today’s Gospel.
Flávia Ghelardi writes from Brazil in English and Portuguese. Today she shares a letter of gratitude and encouragement that she wrote from the point of view of her daughter, whose brief life was entirely spent in the NICU.
Last fall, we were blessed to go to the World Meeting of Families. Of all the inspiring talks, one in…
Confused by Pope Francis’ recent words about Communion for the divorced and remarried? Dr. Manny and Karee Santos tackle this tricky issue in this month’s Marriage Rx advice column.
Can you teach mercy without using the term? Kate Taliaferro breaks down M.E.R.C.Y. to help you lay a solid foundation for a culture of mercy in your home, as part of our “Ordinary Time, Extraordinary Mercy” series.
Jeannie Ewing observes that part of growing in humility is allowing oneself to be vulnerable in the way God asks of us, which may include a violent stripping of the ego. The brutal failures that embarrass us may very well be necessary for us to continually surrender our work to the Lord, so that the results are due to His movements in and through us.
Did you know that in this year, 2016, we celebrate a handful of remarkable historical anniversaries? A little knowledge about the world is always timely, so Rebecca Willen brings your dose of history for the day, distilled into five convenient bullet points.
What are your deepest desires? Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp invites readers to reflect on those God-given gifts they MUST use.
Gary Zimak’s new book, Find a Real Friend in Jesus, is full of friendly, personal advice from someone who is so invested in his faith that he can’t help but share it with others. Barb Szyszkiewicz, OFS shares her review.
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