Perhaps one of the best-known agents of change in the way Christian Europe understood itself was Joan of Arc.
Monica/Monnica, Woman of Prayer
If you are a western Christian, Saint Monica might be the second most famous Christian mother you can name, after Our Lady.
Catherine of Siena: The Lady Doth Protest Just Enough
Early Christianity has a major ratio problem when it comes to male and female leaders.
Sharing Love with the Unknown
Mark’s evangelism took fierce courage to go beyond his boundaries, into the unknown, to the unseen, sharing news he knew was urgent, life-sustaining, and fortifying.
Saint George: Dying for the Risen Christ
As a young child, I held aspirations of joining the military. I remember our imaginary play through back street alleys and vacant lots included re-enacting scenes from the latest war movie that we watched on television.
Speak now, my whole heart!
In my household, when we find ourselves really angry with each other, we begin to compose elaborate prefaces for our sentences.
But why is she considered a saint?
Koñwatsi’tsiaiéñni or Mary or Molly Brant was, arguably, the single most influential advocate among the Mohawk Nation for keeping her people aligned with the British Empire.
Gathering up the Seemingly Disparate Elements
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (May 1, 1881 – April 10, 1955) lived a full and varied life.
The Evolution of Oscar Romero
Initially, Romero played the role to the liking of the conservative church and the wealthy and influential in El Salvador.
Building a foundation for generosity
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