October 17, 2022

Day Nine: Ripples of Faith

Clare’s life was one devoted to service. Everything she did—leaving her family, following Francis, living a life of poverty, establishing the Poor Clares—all of that was done to serve God. Christ was the beacon of her life. We can recount …

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Life without parole for school shooter called ‘severe and just punishment’

There is “no question” the actions of the Parkland, Florida, school shooter “were heinous,” but “a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole is a severe and just punishment,” said Miami Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski.

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Hands holding mustard seeds

Small, Yet Strong

Jesus once told his disciples if they have faith the size of a mustard seed, nothing will be impossible for them. Do you believe what Jesus says to his disciples about the mustard seed?

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St. Francis’ Message: God’s House Is All of Creation

Enjoy this meditation on St. Francis’ song of praise.

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A Window into God

Teresa was not interested in her daily experiences per se but only inasmuch as they provided a mirror or window into God. Her regard for the humanity of Christ and her understanding of the human person were two sides of the same coin. In addition to her relationship with God, Teresa also recommended spiritual books, describing them as important aids to prayer. When vernacular books were prohibited, she wrote her own books to aid her sisters in their spiritual journeys.

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