How an eagle's flying patterns can give us insight into the spiritual life.
A Catholic perspective on the hit single from The Chainsmokers and Coldplay, including authenticity, acceptance, growth, and superhuman abilities
I remember the first time that Chris (my husband) did something that truly irked me. I don't remember the specifics of what he did or didn't do, but I have a vivid memory of standing in the kitchen of my apartment, washing the dishes, and feeling my irritation level slowly and steadily rise. We had... Continue Reading →
Last Sunday, St. Peter was a great example for the transforming power of grace. This Sunday, St. Peter is a great example of what happens when one doesn't swap for grace. The conversation of today's Gospel is actually a continuation of last Sunday's... the one in which Peter recognizes Jesus as the Christ and is... Continue Reading →
I love St. Peter. I admire and deeply relate to his extreme responses to Christ's teachings. I know he gets a lot of negative attention in the Gospels, but it's speculated that this is mostly due to his own influence of the Evangelists (Matthew and John were his friends and Mark was his disciple). Most... Continue Reading →
Ever had a period of life that can only be accurately described by the old cliche, "when it rains, it pours"? Last fall was like that for me. My relationship with my then-fiancé was being stretched. Both of us were truly doing our best; it was just a season of our relationship that we had... Continue Reading →