Why is the good news of a viral video so easy to share while the Good News of Jesus Christ so difficult?
The term “missionary disciple” has been used to motivate Catholics to consistently live out our common evangelistic responsibility.
I’ll never forget the conversation where my dad revealed to me the difference between a nice guy and a good man.
Clearly, our culture is fascinated with the spiritual realm and the beings that inhabit it.
There’s something about Peter’s journey of faith and transformation that deeply resonates with me.
Ask the Lord to show you the logs in your life and, if you’re tempted to focus on someone else’s speck, just give them to Jesus instead.
You can tell a lot about someone by examining what or who they celebrate.
Holiness represents the culmination of little daily decisions, actions, virtues and surrenders.
Raise your hand if someone in your family has fallen away from the faith in recent years.
The time spent planning, shopping, wrapping, and assembling is all worth it when they see the gifts.
Sainthood seems unattainable until you realize: all the saints were just like us, but with an unshakable faith they relentlessly pursued.
We are called to trust and believe what God has revealed about himself through sacred Scripture.
Forgiveness is not optional in the life of a disciple.
Often when we think about mission, our eyes lift and we scan the horizon.
What we look at has the power to change us. Our eyes are like portals to our imagination.
Man may forget his Creator or hide far from his face; yet the living and true God tirelessly calls each person.
We have access to a mind-blowing power – the force that spoke creation into existence.
Ultimately, the sacraments allow the faithful to enter the full life of Christ.