Peace

woman walking along a hidden path.

A Hidden River

It is a natural part of our faith journey to not always be able to feel God, especially when something is weighing on our hearts.
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man enjoying quiet and peace.

Carry the Peace

Peace does not mean everything is perfect or feels good all the time. Rather, peace is the living presence of God at all times, in all situations.
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Make Space for Peace

Making time to just sit and be still can seem countercultural to what we are told to do daily. It's in the moments when we allow ourselves to be still that we can encounter a peace that is life-giving.
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Beware the Contagion of War

As atrocities continue on both sides of the conflict in the Holy Land, the striking Franciscan vision of a more peace-loving world is all the more needed.
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Searching for Peace at Christmastime

The news is filled with stories of turmoil. St. Francis understood that peace was our reward—we just need to cultivate and share it.
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Brian Terrell, who lives on a Catholic Worker farm in Maloy, Iowa, and Martha Hennessy, granddaughter of Catholic Worker co-founder Dorothy Day, carry a banner in New York City during a march to abolish nuclear weapons Nov. 28, 2023. Catholic Worker and Pax Christi members were among the participants. The event coincided with the second Meeting of States Parties to the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons taking place at U.N. headquarters in New York City Nov. 27-Dec. 1. (OSV News photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

Nuclear disarmament a ‘pro-life issue,’ warns archbishop

The threat from nuclear weapons is as great now as ever, and their destructive power is more immediate than climate change, said Archbishop John C. Wester of Santa Fe, New Mexico, at a Nov. 29 Mass in Manhattan that remembered ...
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