When, through our words and actions, we show that there’s more to Christmas than a single day, we make a statement about the Catholic faith.
When Jesus revealed his glory at the Transfiguration, the apostles were flabbergasted.
In Father Jeffrey Kirby’s latest book, Manual for Suffering. he delves into the questions and concerns we all have about suffering but seem never to reach satisfactory resolutions.
Having my speedometer break while on the highway is one of the best things that could have happened to me. Trying to gauge how fast I should go based on the speeds of the other cars on the road taught me a valuable lesson about my spiritual life. Judging the speed of your spiritual striving by that of others is not only fruitless, but detrimental to your spiritual growth. Learn how to find your personal MPH (Miles Per Hour) and how to make God your ultimate speedometer this Lent.
We, women, are called to use our beautiful, intuitive gift of nurturing to help calm the hearts of others through prayer, presence, and petition for our loved ones and our nation.
This simple rule has transformed, not only our home but our fundamental attitude toward material things and the way we view the world around us. It’s teaching us prudence and to foster a holy detachment that encourages us to examine what we have and why we have it. In the process, we’ve embarked on a journey toward greater discipleship, stronger trust in Divine Providence, and deeper faith.