Today I ask you to imagine where you might expect Jesus would begin his mission and who would he choose?
Sr. Margaret John Kelly, DC, who died this past Nov. 24 in Emmitsburg, wrote the following excellent article on Mother Seton. In this series we present her article in six parts. (Part 5)
Jesus is the great light that shines on those who walk in the dark. He is the delight of those who live in the land...
Share your thoughts on a weekly image of St. Vincent de Paul as portrayed by a contemporary artist.
In this series Fr. Rooney explores Fr. Jack Melito, CM’s inquiries into the experiences that shaped Vincent de Paul’s life.
The story of Bl. Marie-Anne Vaillot and Bl. Odile Baumgarten, Daughters of Charity martyred during the French Revolution on February 1, 1794.
But let’s look at God’s imagination and the imagination of St. Vincent de Paul.
Often the greatest saints practice the smallest and most simple virtues. Inspired by the spiritual writings of Francis de Sales, the saint of everyday holiness, Mother Seton put his teachings into practice as she treaded forward on her own path to sainthood.
The word “bias” doesn’t have an especially pleasing connotation. It usually means an unfair leaning toward one group and a blindness toward its opposite.
The Jerusalem headhunters would not have been very interested in Jesus’ leadership team. They preferred the way rabbis were picked from among the most promising in their schools.
Sr. Margaret John Kelly, DC, who died this past Nov. 24 in Emmitsburg, wrote the following excellent article on Mother Seton. In this series we present her article in six parts. (Part 4)
Jesus is the Son through whom God has spoken to us humans in these last days. We Christians are to approach and hear him, and be what he says. God wanted the Israelites to prepare for his coming down to Mount Sinai to give them the law. He told them, through Moses,...