We’ve journeyed together for 40 days, and now we’ve arrived in the joy of Easter.
In the modern age, it is so easy to become wrapped up in a virtual social world, sliding into sin and temptation. Peter Land tells us that sacrificing this world, even if it seems significant, is nothing in comparison to the life that you will gain in return.
Pat Gillen had a transformative experience in his jail cell. He realized that he was given a chance to make things right.
Success is not measured in man’s terms, but in God’s terms.
But what does it really mean to “give something up” or “offer something up” to the Lord?
Nick Tonnesen discusses his encounters with the homeless and how the sacrifices made to work for others provide the most fulfilling experiences.
Hardships and unwanted sacrifices will not cease, but you will learn how to overcome them.
Faith played an enormous role in the building of America. Our ancestors made enormous sacrifices for us to be here today. Patrick Shea believes we’re all here for a reason, and we need to set ourselves on a righteous path.
Seminarian Thomas Cipolla shares insight on the small sacrifices we make every day through reflective prayer.
The reward we get for sacrifice and almsgiving is eternal, it’s personal, it’s fulfilling in every way.
An experience watching his brother play a priest martyred during the Mass inspired Deacon Dominic Winter to join the Seminary and truly discover the true sacrifice of Christ during the Mass.
Carolina Nemo describes her spiritual experience in Fatima, Portugal– and how seeing the joyful prayers to the Blessed Mother made her more fully understand the nature of giving all of yourself in sacrifice to God.