Jeff Cavins’ book When You Suffer offers us ways to find meaning in our suffering, which lead us deeper into love.
A delay in receiving medication taught me a lesson about being ignored when you ask for help.
With a possible record-breaking blizzard set to hit Washington, DC (not to mention the rest of the mid-Atlantic), some Marchers won’t be able to be in DC. Here are seven ideas to participate from afar.
The third in a series of posts about the Lay Dominican Congress, featuring notes on Dr. Ralph Martin’s talk on the urgency of the New Evangelization.
The second in a series of posts related to the Congress for the Lay Dominicans of the Saint Joseph Province. Today’s topic: Mr. David Brecount, OP, discusses lifting the Lay Dominican Life as a family.
The first in a series of posts related to the Congress for the Lay Dominicans of the Saint Joseph Province. Today’s topic: Father Cadoré on Dominican Culture and mercy.
Being the good soil that allows the seed God sows to flourish means allowing God to work on us and change us.
Our family participated in a protest against Planned Parenthood today. Not everything we saw was good, though.
Welcome back to the Grace of Yes discussion, hosted by CatholicMom.com. We’ve been discussing Lisa Hendey’s terrific book, The Grace of Yes. You can see the thread at CatholicMom.com here, and my post on the topic are all here. In a book filled with ways to say “Yes” to God, it seems odd at first…
The Jesse Tree is an excellent way to keep Advent in a culture that’s rushing towards Christmas.