Sometimes beautiful deeds done for God are hidden within terribly ordinary tasks. By Kathy Coffey
Many people thought Clare of Assisi, a noblewoman, was wasting her life by living as a cloistered nun at San Damiano. She proved them wrong. By Romana Miller, OSF
This singer-songwriter, author, speaker, and family man is reaching Catholics young and old in bold new ways. By Christopher Heffron
Surprising things happen when God is in charge. By Marilynn Judd
Home to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, this city is also steeped in Christian history. By Lori Erickson
This youthful author has harvested life lessons as he balances family, a 40-hour workweek, 27 acres of farmland and an idealistic calling to trace the threads that bind his Catholic faith to his “vocation of location.”
Three people recall 9/11 and how it changed their lives. By Susan Hines-Brigger
Old wooden floorboards have saved my sanity more than a few times. In the right light, they’re practically a cloister walk. By Charity Vogel
Our Lady of Guadalupe chose Juan Diego to help evangelize America. This month the Church recognizes him as a saint.
Pope John Paul II says Our Lady of Guadalupe is the perfect image to lead the Church into the Great Jubilee and an era of new evangelization.