St. Anthony Messenger magazine
St. Anthony Messenger

February 2022 Issue

Dear Reader: All Are Welcome

Mar 1, 2022 St. Anthony Messenger
Few stories in our country’s recent history rattle me quite like the murder of Emmett Till. A 14-year-old Black Chicagoan visiting relatives in Mississippi in 1955, Till was ripped from his bed in the middle of the night, tortured, and killed for allegedly whistling at a White woman.

Let Us Pray: Live in Me, Love in Me, Act in Me

Feb 28, 2022 St. Anthony Messenger
Etched on the back of my mother’s headstone are three simple prayers: “Lord, live in me, love in me, and act in me.”

Helping Children Face Racism

Jan 24, 2022 St. Anthony Messenger
Racism will never be eradicated. But guiding future generations to face it with courage and steadfastness will make the world a more just and loving place.

Turning 30? No Worries!

Jan 24, 2022 St. Anthony Messenger
In a youth-obsessed culture, 30 might seem practically over-the-hill. But this decade can be a time of growth, satisfaction, and renewed faith.

Hidden Blessings of COVID-19

Jan 24, 2022 St. Anthony Messenger
“All manner of things shall be well.” Julian of Norwich’s words and the example of the hermit saints can help us embrace solitude as an opportunity to grow closer to God.

Reel Time with Sister Rose

Jan 24, 2022 St. Anthony Messenger
Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews “West Side Story,” “Being the Ricardos,” and “The Unforgivable” in our February issue!