Conversion is often difficult. Here are three mistakes we often make and what we can do differently.
Each year on New Year’s eve, we celebrate the year that was and anticipate the year that will be. As the ball drops and the clock adds another year at midnight, we sense something significant: it’s a new… Read More
I remember quite clearly how overwhelmed I felt the first summer I ever had a homework assignment. (To this day, it still seems unjust!) It was before my junior year of high school and the teacher wanted us… Read More
Before Easter, the Church universally prepares for the passion, death and resurrection of our Lord with heavy fasting, extra prayers, and almsgiving. The thought is, given the solemnity of such a celebration, everyone should be adequately prepared for… Read More
Lectio Divina, or “divine reading,” is a powerful way to engage Sacred Scripture in a prayerful way. Dating back as one of the oldest practices in the Church, Lectio Divina is the process of reading Scripture as the living… Read More