Today, the loss of spiritual reading is a reality across the Christian spectrum. Bible study and interpretation used to be a Protestant thing to do.
Seeing Yourself in a Different Light “Try to have some humility,” father spat through the grate. Kneeling in the confessional, I had the impossible experience
My wife always frets during this time of year. The fretting begins about three weeks before Thanksgiving and doesn’t end until some time after Christmas.
Benedictine spirituality is rooted in the cultivation of good habits. The Benedictine motto, “Prayer and Work,” highlights this simplicity of obedience to our daily duties.
I recently watched a movie about the life of St. Joseph of Cupertino, the Franciscan friar and mystic famed for levitating while praying or offering
“Just do your best.” Chances are you heard that growing up, and even now may still hear it in adulthood. But it misses the mark
On April 15, 2018, my first nephew was born. Though the birth of a new baby is always a precious occasion, the birth of my
Just over five hundred years ago, in 1509, Henry VIII became King of England and it was because of him that Protestantism was introduced into
It’s hard to understand why so many people today are unable to see that humans are not, and never will be, smarter than God. And
This Lent we have already read some harsh condemnation of the Pharisees in the gospel. One of the more recent ones was Matthew 23:1-12. This
In my younger days, I was always a dreamer. I was, and to a certain extent still am someone who enjoys dreaming about all kinds