Lisa Hendey shares how Elizabeth Scalia’s new book “Little Sins Mean a Lot” is helping her reframe one of her worst personal habits: procrastination!
Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh examines the crucifixion as viewed from Jesus’ human nature. The crucifixion proves to us that Jesus understands our suffering.
Patricia Mackie observes, “the Lord has offered me all I could ever want. Yet, the devil is right there throwing everything he’s got at me. Man is he relentless! The best tool to use against him; human connection and true presence that comes from face to face friendships.”
Cassandra Poppe wondered what it takes to be a Saint, beyond simply keeping the Commandments. What did heroic virtue actually look like to other people? And to the Church? Let her discoveries inspire your next examination of conscience.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.
If by chance you have a child who depending on the day, isn’t that excited to get dressed and wants to stay in their pajamas at home, maybe you can relate to Courtney Vallejo’s situation. How do you gently encourage your children to engage in Mass when they’d rather be doing anything else but that?
Jane Korvemaker wonders and marvels at God’s grace when we can realise our brokenness, especially when that brokenness involves hurting and being hurt by others.