Josh and Emily share with us their lives and how they try to live out Divine Mercy in their families.
The Moldiz Family welcomes a new member into the Church. Maria Faustina is now a Christian.
Find out who's got the best FISH SANDWICH for your lent!
“There’s no way you’ll keep going to Church.” Someone said this to me weeks before moving into my freshman year of college in the summer of 2013. Now, I can definitely be sassy at times, so my quick response to this person ended up being: “Watch me.”
“How can someone who has only a small fraction of the truth be so enamored with it, and make it seem so attractive?” We have a major advantage with our Faith. We HAVE the full truth! But are we enamored with it? Do we make it seem attractive? Or do we secretly buy into the popular lie that “religion is boring and stale?”
Do you feel a call to a self-starter initiative- a creative passion or an entrepreneurial venture. As a speaker, mom-preneur, and former professional touring Broadway performer I am all too familiar with the infinity of little hours that can be frittered away doing anything but that creative calling. Fortunately, you don't have to stay stuck. Read on!
I don’t want to write this blog post. I’ve started it or something like it six or seven times now, only to throw away my work. But it has to be done and I feel that I need to do it. I’m going to write about the current sex scandals in the Church… What we are witnessing in the Church is a revelation of something that has been going on for a while.
I once heard someone say that the longer you are a Christian, the fewer non-Christian friends you have. I know this has been very true for me. As I fell in love with God and my Catholic faith in high school, the more I started to make choices around my faith. Where I went to college, the career I chose, the subjects I studied, and how I spent my free time were significantly influenced by my identity as a follower of Christ. I don’t think this self-segregating phenomena is peculiar to Christians. It’s totally normal, if not always healthy, to spend time with people who think and act like us. However, by the magic of social media, I’ve managed to stay in touch with, reconnect with, meet, and in fact deepen relationships with people whose lives have taken a very different turn from my own. Some of these people are atheists
These days I’m making a podcast about friendship with my some of my best friends and, reflecting on so many stories, I have to say, friends are super important. In fact, Pope Francis agrees! In his new document on the call to holiness in today’s world, he emphasizes, “no one is saved alone.”
It seems like “You are in my thoughts and prayers” has become synonymous with “I will do nothing in the face of suffering and injustice” for many. Especially in the wake of a major disaster or violence, what used to be an expression of solidarity has become incredibly politically charged.
Here we are again, at the start of Lent. One thing is shocking about the start of Lent this year, and it is how little our society is shocked by another mass shooting at a school.
When I tell you I’m pro-life, this is what I mean.
Learn to think... we all have room for improvement. This is the path... that St. Thomas and his cohorts used to address the theological confusion of their day.
It was a late night we couldn’t sleep so we decided to have a microphone present!
We chat it about why we took a break from THR and what has happened since!
Join us for tired married people thoughts, a sleep deprived child (Maria), and wrestling with the effects of the Church Scandal and pushing through!
Being a witness? Being Entitled? Whew.. it's hard to be a Christian sometimes. We give you some tips on how to not fail at being an authentic Christian witness... by hearing us fail at it!
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