As agents of Christ in the world, our approach to the world around us ought to be different than that of an unbeliever.
by Fr. Jeff Loseke Devotionally speaking, Pentecost marks the fulfillment of the original “novena” prayed by the early […]
This week, during the Sacred Triduum, the Church invites you to participate in the very mysteries that merited salvation for you and for all.
As Holy Week and the Sacred Triduum fast approach, we cannot relax our efforts to rend our hearts. Ultimately, it is God who will work the grace of His Death and Resurrection in us, breaking our hearts of stone in order to give us hearts that live (cf. Ezekiel 36:26).
Learning such a love does not necessarily come easily. Indeed, the acquisition of virtue is often—if not always—a painful process.
Sacred Scripture makes it pretty clear that our tongues were meant for building up the Kingdom – not for tearing it down; and yet, have you ever noticed how much conversation in a given day focuses on the negative?
Friends, I have noticed that readers continue to check in faithfully, week after week, only to find no new posts and no […]
They say that visual images can become powerful conduits of change. Maybe a few great movies can set the stage. Rev us up. Inspire our wills to engage in something greater than ourselves. And if not, well, at least we’ll have enjoyed two hours of great entertainment!
Dear Lord, This morning in prayer I was contemplating your Sacred Heart. I thought about Saint Margaret Mary and how […]
Tomorrow is Super Tuesday. Voters from thirteen states and one territory will head to the polls to voice […]