February 10, 2022

Painting of Saint Scholastica

Saint Scholastica

Family ties and religious obligations may affect one another, but they are not necessarily opposed. Saint Scholastica’s relationship with her brother Saint Benedict, is a good example.
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Advocates warn human trafficking is bigger issue than concerns during game

For the first time in 30 years, the NFL's Super Bowl has arrived in Los Angeles -- and with it, a fair share of the global media hype for which the annual sporting event is known.
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Accepting Your Acceptance

The great philosopher and theologian Paul Tillich once wrote about the profound inner movement of “accepting your own acceptance.” God loves us as we are, not as we should be.
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Woman at the back of church

7 Easy Tips for Personal Prayer

How do we move beyond our busyness and listen to God’s voice?
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Good Power

Power cannot, in itself, be bad. It simply needs to be realigned and redefined as something larger than domination or force.
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