For Earth Day, Mark reminds us that our advocacy for the planet can and should be rooted in prayer.
Posts in Spirituality
Once again, we turn the aux cord over to Joe to lead us through the liturgical journey to come. Bookmark it and return in the weeks ahead as we continue to celebrate the Resurrection.
Happy Easter! In this final talk of our Lenten Retreat, we focus on the joy of the resurrection. The resurrection accounts remind us that Jesus meets us where we’re at to bring us to greater joy and freedom.
Looking toward the Triduum, Aric offers another song that invites you into the paradox of the Cross.
Jesus laid down his life on the cross for our sake. This is a great act of love, but it is also an event filled with sorrow and pain. In this talk of our Lenten Retreat, David reflects on how we can pray with the crucifixion.
The “problem of evil” in the world is a question that has plagued people of all faiths (and none) for centuries. What do St. Augustine and St. Teresa of Avila have to teach us about this problem?
It is easy to accompany Jesus in the good times, but it’s much tougher to accompany him in hard times. In our Lenten Retreat, David invites us to accompany Jesus in the moments leading to his Passion.
Jesus told his disciples, “Love one another as I love you.” In this week’s talk of our Lenten Retreat, David explores the way that Jesus treats others in scripture. Jesus gives us an example of expansive, inclusive love.
We have to sweat the small stuff, because many times, the small stuff is where the good and evil spirit are at work.
In his first article, RJ revels in what a terminally ill patient taught him about prayer.