From A Nun's Life podcasts - Why do Catholics use the same memorized prayers all the time? This Random Nun Clip considers the spiritual value of rote prayers.
Horizons - When I take stock of the multitude of ways that kindnesses are demonstrated, I find myself humbled by the blessings that are showered upon me every day — by so very, very many "regular" people.
From Where I Stand Preview: Differences are a big thing. They are the resources that nourish a new future for us all. Which is exactly where Benedict's second principle of life comes in.
Horizons - Although walls of selfishness can block me from being my best self, solitude is an important element in my path to communion with God.
Horizons - As I've been praying my way through the figurative fog, I've been asking myself — how can I project hope, happiness and goodness, rather than succumb to negative thoughts, gloom and despair?
Contemplate This - How many of us have felt that to really fit in, we had to be someone we are not? How do we begin to accept people for who they really are in order to belong?
Have you ever prayed so hard for someone or something very dear to your heart and felt disappointed when God did not grant your request?
Francis of Assisi lived centuries ago, but his tradition of begging still applies to society today.
When Sue Mosteller entered the Sisters of St. Joseph in Toronto, Canada, in 1952, little could she have realized that, 20 years later, her life path would merge with the nascent L'Arche Movement and spiritual luminaries Henri Nouwen and Jean Vanier.
Horizons - The first weeks of 2019 have been dreary and challenging: How can we keep momentum on a path that appears impossibly bleak and foggy? The answer for a new year is a new, prophetic hope.
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