Observing feasts and seasons reminds us about what truly matters as we practice faith at home.
“Follow me” doesn’t even feel like a question. There’s a sense of urgency to the call of Jesus.
Imagine an annual spring tradition in which you plant basil seeds in an herb garden while retelling the story of Helena digging up her own basil and finding Jesus’ cross.
Our monthly feature helps you think ahead to live the liturgical year at home.
I am moved by the willing courage of a young person saying yes to God’s adventure. And I’m grateful for Mary, still bearing God to us.
The Transfiguration is confusing and deeply mystifying, and maybe that’s the point.
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Mary Magdalene proclaimed to the Apostles and to the world the work of the risen Christ in her life.
It’s important to celebrate the best of America while remaining mindful of the worst.
Sacrificial love is an embodied faith lived for the benefit of other people.