Author Claire Dwyer
Claire Dwyer shares a book that has helped her focus on small spiritual changes with eternal rewards. This could finally be the year you tame the “monkeys” in your head who make lose your mental focus and commitment to prayer!
Claire Dwyer invites you to embrace a new Saint with a beautiful spirituality. Elizabeth of the Trinity, to be canonized this month, is a Carmelite who wrote a retreat for a young mother, and it remains timeless and relevant for all of us today.
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.
Claire Dwyer reminds Catholic mothers who feel that they “missed out” on the Papal Visit that if the Pope is the head of the Church, they are undeniably the heart. In other words, where the Pope goes, we go….in other words, we were there.
Claire Dwyer finds comfort in the words of Pope St. John Paul II in a letter to a young mother: “you always wanted to plan and do everything rationally. And here is the kingdom of irrationality, where normal activity and energy aren’t enough.”
That pot of relativism our culture has been drinking? Alice von Hildebrand watched it being brewed decades ago. Her latest book gives us a glimpse into the personal and professional life of this philosophical giant of the Church. Claire Dwyer had to chance to interview her recently and gather some gems of wisdom from a life of love and service to Truth.