A little wisdom from the saints about how to approach difficulties within the Church. Rather appropriate in light of the recent report from the PA Grand Jury.
These past few weeks have been rough... members of the media are publicly (and crudely) insulting one another... a child who was denied treatment by the hospital against the wishes of his parents passed away... Even closer to home, in my own life, there are huge discouragements... from false accusations towards loved ones and injustices... Continue Reading →
I think my favorite thing about the Saints is their boldness in speech. I never fail to be amused and inspired by their fearlessness. Seriously -- there is no Saint in existence who was a push-over. They seem to all have found that sweet spot, being both ferocious and humble at the same time. Polycarp is no exception...
St. John Vianney displayed amazing humility. He probably didn't mean for it to be funny... but it certainly is!
I want our home to be a safe-haven, much like Catholicism. And I want to have good, true and beautiful ways to share this joy with my family. Frameable Faith is one such way.
Guardian angels can do so much more for us than act as body guards. If you aren't using them for these three things, you might be missing out
“Remember --sin hurts!” he would say as the last bell of the week rang and his high school juniors would race out the door. My co-worker was a fellow religion teacher, in charge of our morality curriculum, and had a personality that lightened the mood of any tense situation. He could say difficult things to... Continue Reading →