“Something hardwired in us tells us, these places are consecrated to resurrect our hope. And we feel somehow, entering a Basilica, chapel, catacomb, or cell – even after crossing strange seas and deserts – that we have in a mysterious way come home.” Claire Dwyer blogs today on the significance and sacredness of places.
Sophia Institute Press has resurrected a classic book on St. John of the Cross and the journey to God – dive in and get a clear and sweeping view of the Mount he made famous.
Claire Dwyer suggests four ways for our souls to thrive in the busy seasons of life.
Elizabeth of the Trinity made tremendous progress in the spiritual life simply by offering up little things. Claire Dwyer continues the series of reflections based on her life.
St. Josemaría Escrivá helps us find sanctity among the duties of each day, Claire Dwyer shares.