Re-casting consolation and desolation into a single question.
Perhaps impossible to answer, but George Bailey reminds us that we may not realise what a gift our life is to others.
God’s love is a currency we’re called to spend. Jesus uses two parables to explain how this “God currency” works.
Don’t figure things out on your own! Communal discernment is important to making decisions.
We tend to long for stability, yet there is a deeply rooted need for change and diversity. This can be illustrated by a scene in the movie Pleasantville.
Detail in life is oft overlooked but isn’t it the tiny things that make things whole? Awareness is the key to unlocking the gifts of Ignatian spirituality.
Les Misérables reveals the true meaning of Lent and of Christian discipleship, all through a bishop and his candlesticks.
An online cartoon and Rent both speak about the universal fear of losing one’s dignity. It comes with aging, sickness, and stigma. Who will care for me? Who will love me?
Science tells us that the self, self-awareness, and even free will, may not be real. It’s a construction of the brain. So what’s the point of life if we have no free will or soul? A look at neuroscience, free will, and faith…