Sister Aisha Kavalakattu is featured in a short documentary by Father Roy Sebastian, SJ, about the Koshi Dekha water project in Nepal.
Articles in Reflections
The idea of building a house attracts me when I think of Joseph.
The tribal wisdom of the American Indians says that when you discover that you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount.
Every day, throughout the day, the homeless have to worry about the law. Being without a home is not in itself illegal, but the routines and behavior that go with it often are.
There are actions that in their very enactment communicate more depth and meaning than the words that surround them.
Do we understand “Body of Christ”? If we do would it challenge our way of thinking and the systems we live with?
Jesus is the only Son who is in the bosom of the Father. Through him, we are children by adoption, and so we cry, “Father,” which then means we are sisters and brothers. Jesus says that his mother, sisters and brothers are those who do God’s will (Mk 3, 35). It...
St. Vincent told the Daughters of Charity: “The practice of your vocation consists in the frequent remembrance of the presence of God.”
Niagara University Students Luke Donner and Adam Kiedrowski had their research on youth homelessness and COVID-19 published in this month’s PaxLumina.
For me, it has been a journey from thinking of the Trinity as a puzzle to be solved to realizing the Trinity is a model for my life.
Partnering with St. John’s University in Queens, the Dax Program is designed to assist homeless and housing insecure college students by providing housing, supportive services, and financial assistance for food, transportation, and academic expenses.
Mary knew Joseph. As we are attentive to her, we learn about the one who stood beside her for much of her life.