Susan Bailey felt alone in navigating a war-torn world in a peaceful way–until she turned to Mary.
A daughter’s mistake and a broken, treasured crucifix let Ginny Kochis contemplate Christ’s sacrifice. It also led her to choose love.
Bishop Robert Barron contends that Scriptural authors understand sin not so much as a series of acts, but as a condition in which we are stuck, something akin to an addiction or a contagious disease. No amount of merely human effort could possibly solve the problem.
Sterling Jaquith shares this guest post by Amanda Evinger as one of her favorites at CatholicMom.com.
Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh examines the crucifixion as viewed from Jesus’ human nature. The crucifixion proves to us that Jesus understands our suffering.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.