When we look at all the bright red hearts scattered everywhere we look, maybe we can think of the bright red heart of St. Valentine, who was martyred for the sake of the Bright Red Heart that was pierced for us on the Cross.
Anna’s life changes upon seeing the Redeemer. Once quiet and introspected, she suddenly gives thanks to God and speaks to everyone she can about the Child. What can we learn from her?
I’m going to make a whacky, daring proposal. At least some people will think it’s whacky and daring. A good number probably will rack me over the coals for it. Here’s the proposal: Let’s turn to God instead of against each other, shall we? I’m tired and fearful of the Read more…
Still, even standing out on the streets of Jerusalem looking up at the Upper Room’s windows, I could feel the impact of what had happened there. It was grace-filled, awesome, and inspiring.
Now I have the chance to go back there and to truly enter the Room through the eyes of Msgr. Peter J. Vaghi
Like him or not, President Trump has given a great boost to the Pro-Life cause. Long overdue, in my opinion.
I love that the theme for this year’s March for Life is “The Power of One.” That is exactly right. We often think that we’re only one person, so what can we do about it anyway? Or, we’re only one person, so we won’t be missed if we don’t participate.
We aren’t only one person. We can do a lot about it. And, we will be missed if we don’t participate.