Good Friday can bring challenging conversations with kids. Here are ideas and resources to help.
I like that these prayers always feel accessible to me—always seem to be running on some subliminal loop inside my heart.
I made a handout to teach my parish the practice of Compline. I wasn’t sure quite what would happen when I took five home.
Jesus never condemns Thomas. Instead, he invites Thomas to come closer.
My mom died fifteen years ago, and it’s still tough to think about “doing the holidays” without her. But through God’s grace and our love for Jesus, we’ve created new ways to celebrate the baby who changed the world.
We have insurance policies, health insurance, spare tires, first aid kits, and AAA. What preparation do we have for when we have a spiritual emergency?
I had no idea that reading, writing, and editing Daily Devo: Devotions for Families would make me a better disciple, and a better parent.
Responding to kids’ faith questions when they come – including in the car on the way to ballet – helps them understand that faith matters every day of the week.
Maybe faith is just this: to accept that we are loved, even in the brokenness.
St. Jude’s legacy is based on just one spoken question.