When Tami’s son came home from college explaining how he found “mindfulness,” it made her think about what mindfulness means to followers of Christ.
When you suffer, how do you “offer it up?” Marya Hayes considers ways to offer up her pain.
Stay-at-home dad Jason Weirich sounds off on the challenges of self-care and finding changing tables.
Pope Francis urges us to pray that young people in Africa may have access to education and work in their own countries.
Linda Kracht focuses on the virtue of Mercy, encouraging readers to make it a priority to root your children, yourself, family and friends and others in Mercy.
Join us as we prepare for the Year of Mercy by participating in a 33 day Marian Consecration retreat using the book 33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr. Michael E. Gaitley, MIC.
Laura Range shares her journey of learning that what we do within our homes is more important than how they look.
In this episode of The Gist, the hosts interview comedy writer Jeannie Gaffigan about her miraculous healing from a brain tumor.
Merridith Frediani reviews “The Abolition of Women: How Radical Feminism is Betraying Women” by Fiorella Nash, new from Ignatius Press.
The value of Facebook is all about how you use it, notes Birgit Jones, who returned to Facebook for its wide networking capability.