The shift from Holy Week to Easter reminds us of our daily dying and rising.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the restoration of the Jesuits. Their suppression and restoration fits well into Lent and Easter themes of darkness and hope.
This Lent, try finding the ascetical practices in your life that already happen every day.
The way we die has much to do with the way we choose to live.
When one simple practice of service can bring joy and lead you to your becoming.
Les Misérables reveals the true meaning of Lent and of Christian discipleship, all through a bishop and his candlesticks.
The divisiveness during election season reminds me so much of our brokenness—and that wholeness can come even from our political differences.
There’s something exciting about newness, isn’t there? I just had a major life change and have been transitioning into a new job and life situation. It’s exciting. I could have just sat around but then I wouldn’t have been able to have new experiences. And isn’t life about experience? Weren’t […]
On this Good Friday, we recall Jesus’ words, “My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?” from Psalm 22, which foretells Christ’s crucifixion. The Bible just has this one line, but chances are Jesus may have been reciting the entire psalm on the cross.