Social distancing. Cancelled events. Little (if any) time with extended family. After nine months of the many precautions that have accompanied the Covid-19 pandemic...
We now know what Christian meditation is, and how it differs from other forms of meditation, so let’s talk more about how to practice it.
In Part-Two of this series, we will look at how the focus and goal of Christian meditation is quite different than Eastern non-Christian meditation.
Meditation can indeed be beneficial for our overall health. But are all forms of meditation equal?
In August, the Church honors the Immaculate Heart of Mary. This month, we remember in a special way the interior life of the Blessed Mother...
In June, the Church remembers and celebrates the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
We just celebrated the most important (and beautiful) mass of the entire year––the Easter Vigil.
Here are 12 ideas for Lent that will fill your body, mind, and soul and help ready you for encountering the Resurrected Christ.
One of the tragic effects of original sin is that we tend to hide from God. As soon as Adam and Eve sinned, they felt both naked and ashamed.
Advent is the liturgical season of expectant waiting and preparation for the coming of Jesus at Christmas, but it is easy for the significance of Advent to be lost amidst the chaos surrounding the holidays. So how can we reclaim this holy season?
It's difficult at times to find things to be thankful for, or to feel gratefulness rather than dissatisfaction. But Gratitude can not only positively affect our lives (and health) but also deepen our relationship with God and the people around us.
The Liturgical Calendar of the Catholic Church gives shape and meaning to the year, allowing us to order our days more toward God. But the liturgical feasts are just the beginning. . .