When Jesus was teaching in the temple, he said: “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness but will have the light of life.” (Jn 8:12)
The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack. In green pastures he makes me lie down; to still waters he leads me; he restores my soul.
Have you ever been asked why we, as Catholics, place so much emphasis on praying for the dead?
Being humble means forsaking our egos by putting others before us. It means putting God’s will for our lives above our own.
Everyone handles their challenges in different ways.
If every day we see others in the precious, tender way that God sees us, we will spread his love through our love.
God wants to speak to us – all we need is to pause and listen.
Simply put, to consecrate something means to make it holy.
During Advent, we undertake a spiritual journey to meet the infant Christ.
A simple yet powerful prayer.
To live fully in Christ, we should consider how we can give our best selves to God.
If you have a hankering for roast goose, Sept. 29 is your lucky day.
Picking up good holy habits will keep us spiritually healthy.
The Church needs Catholics who are intentional about withdrawing from the busyness of life.
As we leave church, my 18-year-old complains that the homily did not speak to him as a teenager.
Whether we realize it or not, we pray from our experiences.
Have you ever had a conversation with someone and saw their eyes darting all around?
How do I stay with morning prayer when life gets full?
Dodge a negative experience with prayer and support.
Many challenges come with a caregiving role, but it can also be filled with endless rewards.
Moving through the grief process after the death of a loved one has a large social component.