Calming Your Fears
Reflect “I recently saw a poster that read, ‘Worry is the misuse of the imagination.’ Things seldom happen as we expect. Most of our fears turn out to be our imaginings. The difficulties we anticipated become very simple in reality. …
Why Was There Extra?
I am driving down the road toward my favorite walking site. It’s humid, but nothing like it was yesterday. I’m overwhelmed. I can’t even finish reading any articles right now. International news, social issues, issues of faith. Just as one …
Sharing the Word for March 13, 2023 – Third Week of Lent – Year 1
Monday of the Third Week of Lent March 13, 2023Daily Reading from the USCCB: 2 Kings 5:1-15ab Naaman was not a particularly likely subject for God’s attention. He was the military leader of Syria, a chronic enemy of the Israelites. …
Lent with St. Clare: Third Monday
At this point in our Lenten journey, we may be growing weary of the promises we made at the beginning of the season. In those moments, we must remember St. Clare’s determination.
Nicaraguan president who jailed bishop is ‘unbalanced,’ pope says
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, who has strongly persecuted the church in the country and jailed a prominent bishop, is “unbalanced,” Pope Francis said.