May 2020

Mother and child holding hands and walking along the beach

Dear Reader: The Many Faces of Motherhood

This month we will be celebrating Mother's Day amid an unprecedented and very unsettling time. As a mom, my first instinct is to protect my children from anything that could hurt them.
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Father rubbing the head of his son

Works in Progress

My son and I are working on a project together. He is trying to keep his room clean, and so am I. To be honest, keeping things clean is a never-ending effort in our home.
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A New Encounter with the Psalms

I think one of the main aspects of Catholicism that has kept me coming back is the lushness, the intensity, and the fervor of how language is used within the faith.
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Four upset looking Hispanic people

Welcome the Stranger—Every Stranger

Next to abortion, immigration is probably the most divisive issue in our country. As Christians, we find ourselves torn between protecting our borders, upholding the laws, and caring for and welcoming refugees. The COVID-19 pandemic, which picked up steam in
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Editorial: A Franciscan Response to the Coronavirus

By now, no one needs to tell you about the impact of the pandemic we're experiencing. There are a great number of inconveniences. There is also a lot of fear and confusion. Social distancing and the rate of change make
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