May 9, 2020

Illustration of Saint Clare

St. Clare’s Gamble

Many people thought Clare of Assisi, a noblewoman, was wasting her life by living as a cloistered nun at San Damiano. She proved them wrong.
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Women in the kitchen laughing | Photo by Kelsey Chance on Unsplash

A Little More Mary, A Little Less Martha

The story of Martha and Mary is one that has always spoken to me as a woman, a wife, a mom and a sister.
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Jonah and the Whale

The word change normally refers to new beginnings.
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A Celebration of St. Marguerite d’Youville

Marguerite was born in Varennes (Quebec), one of 10 children, in 1701. Her father died when she was seven. This loss left the family destitute.
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St. Francis and the Feast of Pardon

The Feast of Pardon, as it is called in Italy, always attracts thousands of visitors and pilgrims to Assisi.
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‘Thank God Ahead of Time’—A Look at Solanus Casey

Solanus’s struggle to find his place as a priest and member of the Capuchins followed him, in a sense, to his first assignment.
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