“We become what we worship. Ultimately, each choice forms us accordingly.” – Debra Black
“I’ve often had the sense of being called “into the deep.” But at this point more than ever I saw that I could not go alone: to swim safely in the deep, I had to remain in the arms of the Father.” – Grace Abruzzo
“Bl. Elena told Pope Leo XIII of her desire to see the whole Church unite in constant prayer, like Mary and the apostles in the Upper Room, awaiting the coming of the Spirit.” – Patti Mansfield
“It is only when we face the fuller depths of our humanity – in all its beauty and brokenness – that we can die with Christ and rise with him.” -Fr. Derek Sakowski
The reading which opens the liturgy for Palm Sunday reminds us that the Lord makes himself dependant on lowly things–and that includes us, Claire Dwyer reflects as we begin Holy Week.
“Why couldn’t I just look past the challenges and be grateful for the blessings? Why couldn’t I figure out how not to be overwhelmed?” – Lisa Cotter
Amy Knight on St. Paul of the Cross and coming to full Christian maturity.
Dr. Mary Healy teaches that healings are signs that the Kingdom of God is at hand; indeed through the power of the Holy Spirit, it is in our midst.
St. Thérèse made it look easy–but her fortitude was born out of a million unseen movements of love, Claire Dwyer reflects.
Fr. Derek Sakowski reflects on the gift of authentic, Christian hospitality.