There’s no better way to seize the Easter season then by celebrating the holy night that ushers it in. If you’ve never been to the Easter Vigil, then consider this your invitation.Read More
In his Introduction to the Devout Life, St. Francis de Sales writes that genuine, living devotion exists when a person not only does good, but does it carefully, frequently, and promptly. This kind of instinctive, loving action is also called "docility of the spirit." As Scripture reveals, an excellent role model of this docility is St. Joseph.Read More
Lent is here. That means it’s time to consider anew what we might embrace and what we might discard in order to grow in holiness and prepare ourselves for the resurrection of the Lord.Read More
As Catholics, we like anonymity. We like to blend into the crowd. We don’t wear yarmulkes like Orthodox Jews, or plain clothes like the Amish. We can generally go unnoticed.
Until Ash Wednesday.Read More
“What do you want me to do, Lord?” This can be a difficult question to answer, and there are many different ways to do it. Here are three steps that we recommend.Read More
Your faith can come alive at any moment of your day. “Daddy, why is the priest dressed like Jesus?” your son asks you during Mass. You freeze. No one’s ever asked you that before. What do you do? Seize the moment — that’s what this column will help you to do.Read More