Browsing: Pope Saint John Paul II
Springtime sacraments – always a bouquet of grace. Even, Claire Dwyer learns, in the days of Polish Communist rule. As we celebrate Mercy with the Polish Saints, let’s remember what sufferings the Poles endured – and where their strength came from.
Easter is a time to remember that “nothing is impossible with God” and that prayer and good works, forgiveness, mercy, patience, and kindness can create everyday miracles. And that we need to keep our eyes open for the sacred, awesome, and wonder-filled moments and situations in our daily lives.
Marta M. Gómez-Cortés shares how a stunning discovery in a college textbook impacted her spiritually and personally.
Lisa Schmidt highlights a book that will remain with her for a very long time.
What was St. John Paul the Great’s most important contribution to the world? Sherry Boas says it was his message about fear.
Many thanks to our friends at Salt & Light for providing tremendous coverage of today’s canonization of Pope Saints John XXIII and John Paul II. In the event that you missed today’s homily by Pope Francis, we are happy to share it here.