You’ve heard me say this before, but it merits saying again. Holiness isn’t complicated. What’s complicated are the excuses we make for not pursuing it. That’s right, most of our obstacles to holiness are self-made. In other words, we get in our own way to holiness. It’s a lot like Read more…
The other day, I noticed our neighbor working on his boat out in his garage – a reminder that for those inclined, it”s fishing season. That, in turn, reminded me of my own fishing experiences, albeit limited. Here’s one of my past posts on the topic that has become quite Read more…
Holiness isn’t an all-at-once kind of project. You don’t do this or that and suddenly achieve holiness. Holiness is something you work at in small ways day-in-and-day-out. It’s a progression that takes place over the entire span of your lifetimes.
I receive so many requests for prayers on a regular basis! The need for prayer is so great! Of course, I gladly pray for them, entrust them and their petitions to our Blessed Mother Mary, and encourage them to pray for others who are in need. Because this has become so popular, I’ve decided to include it in a weekly blog post called “Prayer Power,” this being the first.
You want to forgive, but you just can’t stop brooding about the wrong that’s been done to you. The fact that the other person isn’t one bit sorry makes things even worse. Here are three easy (yes easy) steps to stop brooding and start forgiving.
Exciting! My five-part series on Women of Grace airs on EWTN June 17-21 Monday-Friday at 11amEST and 11:30pmEST each day.
The topic is Exploring the Mother Wound: A Path to Forgiveness.
You need not be a public speaker or author to share your Catholic faith story with the world, and Nancy Ward has proven that in her new book, “Sharing Your Catholic Faith Story: Tools, Tips & Testimonies,” published by The Word Works. In her book, Ward shows just how easy it can be to simply and spontaneously share with others how the Catholic faith has changed your life.