Faith-based journalists including Roxane Salonen, along with two actors and the director of “The Nun” horror film, get to the soul level, exploring how faith and fear can sometimes mingle.
Author Roxane Salonen
Roxane Salonen describes how her trip to an old convent in Mexico to see “The Nun,” the fourthin The Conjuring series of horror films, brought blessing.
Roxane Salonen recounts an event announcing a new charitable venture in honor of St. Gianna Beretta Molla.
Roxane Salonen remembers her quiet contribution to Leila Miller’s book, “Primal Loss: The Now-Adult Children of Divorce Speak.”
In pondering the sacrament of Reconciliation, Roxane Salonen muses over whether God approaches us as a tyrant, or merciful father.
During a difficult time, children’s author Roxane Salonen discovers a “divine surprise” wrapped up in the voice of a child.
Roxane Salonen crossed paths with abortion survivor Gianna Jessen, learning better about our tenacity for life and God’s deep love for us all.
At a point of overwhelm, Roxane Salonen finds she can get by with a little help from her friends, both earthly and divine.
Roxane Salonen ruminates over whether to hold hands during the Our Father at Mass, and yearns for unity on the matter.