Early Christianity has a major ratio problem when it comes to male and female leaders.
Timothy, Titus, and Beloved Underdogs
Timothy and Titus were not fresh out of central casting for their roles. They were unlikely leaders. They were underdogs.
Have the Summer of a Child
Jesus tells us to have the faith of a child, but I wonder if there is also something to having the summer of a child.
Epiphany, Pregnancy, The Already, and the Not Yet
Sandwiched between its higher status siblings Christmas and Lent, Epiphany sometimes feels like the middle child of liturgical seasons.
How Our Family Celebrates Saint Nicholas
When we made the decision to opt out of hosting Christmas for my family last year, my husband and I sat down to brainstorm how to make the holiday season extra special for our girls.
Celebrating Leo the Great and Aspiring Princesses
Saint Leo shows us that leadership is not synonymous with might, but instead with doing what is right.
Confronting Our Biases on the Feast of Saint Matthew
While there seems to be some debate on certain parts of Matthew’s story, all agree on one thing: Saint Matthew was a tax collector.
Saying Yes to Bearing God in the World
Isn’t it the fundamental call of all Christians to take on the role of God-bearer?