It is a time of year where all is changing: the air, the leaves, even the makeup of college towns as a sea of students
Debra Black reflects on perseverance.
We are facing a battle far greater than Lepanto. Do we believe?
Debra Black explains how Edith Stein, before she was even a Christian, unknowingly followed the rules of St. Ignatius to escape the snares of desolation.
“Lent is a time of atonement for our sins. But proper atonement isn’t self-denigrating.” Debra Black challenges us to give up negative self-talk.
Debra Black reflects on how to make this Lent truly transformative.
Debra Black provides a beautiful reflection on the restorative aspect of Lent.
How is the spiritual life like Candyland? Debra Black offers a reflection as we look forward to Lent.
Debra Black offers a meditation for the Feast of the Presentation on the humility and purity of Our Lady.
Why is endurance so hard in the spiritual life? Debra Black shares some important insight.