REFLECTION: Loving Our Neighbor - Part I

By Blake Brooks
December 18, 2020

These reflections are based on the second half of The Greatest Commandment - Love of Neighbor (Mt. 22, Mk. 12, Lk. 10). The...Read more

Citizen of Heaven

By Stephen Tony
December 13, 2020

On Good Friday, Pilate became frustrated with Jesus “Do you not speak to me? Do you not know I have the power to release...Read more

Saying "Yes" to Jesus

By Diane Meads
December 6, 2020

“This is not the path for you.”

The year was 2016. I was sitting in a beautiful Adoration chapel, spending a few moments...Read more

INTERVIEW: John & Eileen Wikoff

November 29, 2020

1. How did you two meet and how long have you been married?

We met in 1988 in a Catholic Singles...Read more

Being Human Matters

By Blake Brooks
November 22, 2020

“If we let Christ into our lives, we lose nothing, nothing, absolutely nothing of what makes life free, beautiful and great.” - Pope...Read more

Literally: How A Reflection On John 6 Has Helped Strengthen My Belief In The Real Presence

By Brian Hennessey
November 15, 2020

The Catholic Church teaches that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist. The Church calls this transubstantiation—the moment during the consecration at Mass when...Read more

Building Faith in Your Family

By Rose Marie Rudolph
November 8, 2020

“I’m not religious, I’m spiritual.” How many times in recent years have we heard that nebulus phrase tossed around? Roughly translated, what that really...Read more

Mindful Abandonment

By Anna Berlinger
October 25, 2020

Come on a journey with me. Close your eyes.

You’re a little kid again. You’ve just woke up, and it’s Saturday morning....Read more

St. Thérèse and the Mission of the Laity

By Katie Faley
October 11, 2020

St. Thérèse of Lisieux, whose feast we celebrated on the first of October, has long been a favorite of mine. I have always found...Read more

Art of the Façade

By Blake Brooks
October 4, 2020

In our world there is a battle which carries on beneath the surface of culture and affects all our current events. It is seldom...Read more