I read stories about people who while living as prodigal sons sensed ‘something missing’ only to find it in the Church and came home to great rejoicing. Yet I had lived my whole life in the Church, and still felt an absence, an emptiness, a profound lack of joy. Like the prodigal’s older brother, I wondered, “Where is my feast?” – Grace Abruzzo
David Torkington concludes his series on prayer with an important overview of fundamentals of our faith.
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity lived a Eucharistic life, wherever she was, whatever she was doing. “You have no need of the Sacrament to come to me,” she said. Claire Dwyer resumes her series.
The morning offering is the beginning of a life lived completely in self-donative love, united to Jesus and given to the Father. David Torkington explains how this practice took root in the lives of the first Christians.