Scripture is a constant revelation of God's love for us. By Daniel P. Horan, OFM
God tells me that my value as his daughter and as a woman is increasing, not fading away. By Lisa Mladnich
How can we learn to be sane around money when we were never taught, and when many of us have been taught that to speak of money is unseemly? By Heather King
God speaks in many tongues and to every color and age of people. By Joan Chittister
Troubles will come. It's how we relate to them that matters. By Michael Scanlan, TOR.
It's the location of the Last Supper, the gathering place of the apostles, and the home of Pentecost. By Msgr. Peter J. Vaghi
From the perspective of faith, the Feast of Saint Stephen is in full harmony with the deeper meaning of Christmas. By Diane M. Houdek
The ways in which God responds to our prayers can be difficult to comprehend. By Fr. Gary Caster
The Brady twins find themselves witnessing one of the most important events in history: the birth of Christ. By Lisa M. Hendey.
The spirituality of Advent focuses us on the mystery of the unknown and the incomplete, connecting with the journey of Mary and Joseph. By Donal Neary, SJ
As we begin the Advent season, let us reflect on the way of peace practiced by Mother Teresa. By Heidi Hess Saxton
Think of a gift as the language of your soul. By Thomas Moore
It may be a stage, but that doesn’t mean it will pass.
Even in the depths of grief, there is a Presence that will light the way.
Padre Pio nurtured his love for the Mother of Jesus from the time he was a child.
Plenty of people think they don’t pray well. Or that they somehow pray wrong. But there is a kind of prayer that anyone can do.
Pope Francis speaks of the "culture of encounter," and during his 2015 trip to America, it became apparent that he lives it as well.
As Larkspur Linwood is overcoming the humiliation she suffered in Africa, she gets a new chance at love and a new glimpse of God's plan for her.
The power of mercy happens when we are open to the Spirit’s call to see the needs of the least among us.
Prayer is referring to an inner state, a state of conscious, choice-filled, loving union with what is in front of us.
Padre Pio was a friar devoted to simplicity and to the grace of suffering. His life became an inspiration to believers the world over.
When he died in 1996, the generation that knew his works mourned him, and a new generation began to discover a thoughtful writer who managed to talk about difficult things concerning spirituality and faith.
Are we too self-absorbed? Teresa Tomeo has a few thoughts on that question.
Mother Teresa constantly told her sisters that the best way to serve God is to do the next loving thing.