Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today’s Gospel.
Beginning a new year has many challenges, especially for the weary. Lydia Borja reminds us of the peace that Christ offers us: He is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
Today, we continue our community conversation on Pope Francis’s newly released encyclical On Care for Our Common Home (Laudato Si’). Join us for an eight week conversation on this important document and our role in caring for the world around us.
Bishop Robert Barron examines the ways in which Pope Francis, over the past several months, has reached out to evangelicals.
Mary Lou Rosien has discovered that, in all the works of mercy that we do, we forget to give mercy to ourselves. How can we do a better job showing mercy to ourselves?
Do you try to bargain with God? Skilled arguer or seasoned negotiators will benefit from Sheri Wohlfert’s reflection on how God might respond when we try to strike deals with him.
The Catholic Writers’ Guild will hold its annual online conference for writers March 4-6. 2016. This faith-focused authors’ conference offers presentations covering all aspects of writing from finding your calling as a writer to publishing and marketing your books.
Stuart Dunn reviews “On the Family,” a book compiled from Pope Francis’ General Audiences, and “Love Unveiled,” based on the Symbolon faith-formation program.
Lisa Hess shares a resource for parents of teens and young adults. Zooming in on the end of high school and beyond, “Grown and Flown” reaches out to the parents of kids who have one foot in high school and the other foot in the college pool.