December 17, 2021

Engraving of Saint Hildegard of Bingen

Saint Hildegard of Bingen

Saint Hildegard of Bingen was a remarkable woman who fulfilled many roles in her lifetime. A Benedictine nun, she became a rather well-known mystic whom Pope Eugene III encouraged to write. She ruffled feathers when she moved her monastery to ...
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Pew: Catholic numbers hold steady, ‘nones’ rise, Protestants decrease

The percentage of Catholics in the U.S. population in 2021 held steady at 21% in the latest Pew Research Center survey, issued Dec. 14.
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Day Twenty: A Catholic Family Advent

Recently I saw a slogan that said, “When things aren’t adding up in life, try subtracting.” There is some real wisdom to that.
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Coffee and Mindfulness

We so often go about our day without giving a thought to the habits we perform throughout them. We slurp our cup of coffee or tea while driving down the road, we inhale a burger on the go without a ...
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The Gifts of Advent Day 20: All Are Welcome

The prophets remind us that we are called to live our lives in such a way that the nations will find their way to God through us.
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