What if all the loss, the pain and suffering, was necessary in order to live the fullness of life?
One dark night, Francis gazed at the star-studded sky. In their radiance, he glimpsed the mark of the Creator—il vestigio di Dio. He was transformed. Drawn into an eternal […]
Call to Action is a national movement that seeks to change official Catholic positions on issues such as gay rights and celibacy in the priesthood. I have been a supporting […]
Don’t wait until life isn’t hard anymore before deciding to live the best you can. Love while you have the chance. Don’t blame the difficult circumstances or the people who don’t […]
Where am I? Right here. What should I be doing? Just be.
The renowned liturgist and writer, Robert Hovda, reminds us, “To speak of the environmental and artistic requirements in Catholic worship, we have to begin with ourselves—we who are the church. While […]
Our primary soul work is to explore our deepest longings, discern where we belong, seek beauty, and become compassion. Then, two things will define our life: gratitude and generativity.
Either you transform pain within yourself or it is always an outflowing wound. You are transformed when you can refuse to project your anxieties elsewhere, and learn to hold and […]
“Life and love are cumulative, growing, and going somewhere that is always new and always more.” Richard Rohr At mass today, I prayed in the name of God who is Mother, […]