In his second installment of this season’s Deacon’s Diary, Damian reflects on how the journey of life has beginnings and endings.
In the Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius leads us to focus on the life of Christ. The grace of this week is to “know Jesus more clearly, to love him dearly, and follow him more nearly.” All the meditations of this week help us do just that.
Reflecting on the Vietnamese martyrs, Eddie sees a vision of the Church that fulfills the Evangelical promise. May the life of Lê Thị Thành inspire us to be, to do something more.
How a Catholic Princeton professor got me thinking about finding God in all things, especially literature, beginning with her own book.
Reflecting on a fraternal love of soccer, Ty wonders what reconciling possibilities the world’s largest sporting event might have.
What does an an ancient saint have to do with Veteran’s Day? Read how St. Martin of Tours helps us understand fidelity to the call to serve.
As Christians, we know that it all boils down to love. Sometimes that can be a comfort, but what about when it’s scary?
The third and final season of Derry Girls brings more of the same comedy that we’ve come to expect, while showing more of the conflict present in Ireland at the time. As we look at conflicts in the present, maybe this show can help us find hope in troubled times.