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.
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 mercy of Saint Francis is more than treating one another well; it is about living in a way more like God.
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.