Looking at Death

Looking at Death

Written By: Patrick Sullivan One of the problems with our perishability is that it forces us to look in a particular direction. In many ways we are like an ancient sailor always with one eye to the edge of the ocean, whose mind cannot fully take in the beauty of the...
How Much Do You Thirst For God?

How Much Do You Thirst For God?

Written By: Sandra Walfisz I came across this quote from Bishop Fulton Sheen and it really made me think: “The reason we are not as happy as saints is because we do not wish to be saints.” Seems like quite a daring quote to make, but try and keep your mind open as you...
What We Take With Us

What We Take With Us

Written By: Amber Miller You have likely heard the expression “you can’t take it with you,” in reference to material goods that are no good to us when we die. Likewise, the experiences that we invest in while we are alive can be just as useless, if we choose to spend...
Work for the Journey

Work for the Journey

Written By: Sarah Gould “Life with Christ is a wonderful adventure.”  – St. John Paul II It looks like the snow is going to fly for the first time this fall/winter and the changing of the seasons makes me introspective and contemplative.   Our lives,...
The Wonder of the Cross

The Wonder of the Cross

Written By: Amber Miller We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You. Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world. You might have said these words or heard them spoken, particularly if you have meditated on the Stations of the Cross, or attended a Holy Week...
Training for Heaven

Training for Heaven

Written By: David Gilbert Do you have a clear vision, plan and coach to help you in your faith? Getting to heaven is not easy. Christ even says, “… narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it!” (Matthew 7:14) Getting...
Are you all in?

Are you all in?

Written By: David Gilbert When it comes to our faith Christ wants us to be all in. Not half way or when you feel like it… He wants us all in. He says, “I know your works; you are neither cold nor hot. I wish that you were either cold or hot.  So, because you are...

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