How many of you can point exactly to when things changed for the better in your lives?
Articles in Reflections
The question “why are you looking at the sky?” is addressed to us today. Today, we are those dazed apostles looking up rather than within and around ourselves.
Martha Justice Ministry is a continuation of how the Marthas live Gospel Hospitality through social justice and creation care.
You may not believe that one man could do all that Vincent did!
Mary knew Joseph. As we are attentive to her, we learn about the one who stood beside her for much of her life.
“… create a Family that looks to the past for inspiration, but is also eager to create a vibrant innovative collaborative future in the service of the most abandoned.” Fr. Robert Maloney
Jesus went up to heaven and sits at the right hand of God. That is why we gaze on him, the same one who also came down to earth. To rise with Christ means to seek what is in heaven (Col 3, 1). But after the ascension, the eleven go forth to preach. Is it due to...
St. Vincent told the Daughters of Charity: “Take care to give an account of your prayer as soon as possible after making it.”
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: The World of Finance.
Three words sum up Mary’s attitude: listening, decision, action. They are words that point out a way for us too as we face what the Lord asks of us in life. Listening, decision, action. (Pope Francis)
A 2015 Harvard study found that access to reliable transportation is the biggest factor in determining whether someone will escape poverty and avoid homelessness.
As far as beginnings go, we’d have to look far and wide to find something more dramatic than the one portrayed in chapter 9 of the Acts of the Apostles: Paul knocked over and blinded on that Damascus road.