Simply great advice for being a happy, fruitful, fulfilled person.
July 14, 2014
Sometimes a picture says it all. Consider the 1963 picture of fire hoses and snarling police dogs in Birmingham, Alabama, used against African-American students protesting racial segregation. Surely not our civil servants at their best.
July 5, 2014
I have lately realized that God is moving me into another season. A dear friend and spiritual sister has moved with her family to New York and my pastor who brought me to my faith and guided me through much of my spiritual life has been transferred. Like my children leaving the nest, it feels like the end of an era.
June 17, 2014
Join the Marriage, Family and Life Office in praying a novena for chastity and purity in the world.
June 8, 2014
The moral life takes center stage in P.S. Duffy’s “The Cartographer of No Man’s Land,” a World War I novel that centers around a family and village in Nova Scotia and the impact of the first “war to end all wars.”
June 6, 2014
Now that the spring turkey hunting season is over, it’s time to think about fishing. I will have my first chance of the year to get in a boat this coming Monday. I have been invited to Lake Oahe in South Dakota for the annual Bishop’s Charity Fishing Tournament. It’s a fundraiser for seminarians in […]
June 6, 2014
While we sometimes hope the Holy Spirit will send a spiritual fire or earthquake to transform us instantly and give us a clear vision for our lives, He often quietly calls us out of our comfort zone and gives us small opportunities to grow in holiness.