“Franciscan spirituality is not primarily an environmental spirituality: it’s incarnational. It’s all about how God humbled Himself to be born in the lowliest of circumstances and live among us, and die for us in the most excruciating, humiliating way.” – Barb Szyszkiewicz
Claire Dwyer talks with Mark Hart of Life Teen International about making time for what is most important–and the dangers of sacrificing our prayer life on the altar of activity.
Fr. Mike Schmitz gives great insights into mission, discipleship—and the ultimate end of both of them, union with God.
If reforms had renewed the practice and teaching of authentic prayer, it could have saved the Church much misunderstanding and grief. David Torkington shares his own experience and illustrates that for us, at least, it is not too late.