The trees and leaves teach us about glorifying God and being ourselves in any season.
“See, I make all things new,” God says. Goodness and beauty can even spring forth from the brokenness within a family.
People are inherently good. We desire communion with all humanity, yet we create division. Changing our perspective on the world can bring peace and harmony.
Lately I’ve felt “more Christian”. Here are three ways we can grow in our Christian identity.
Sometimes it takes a very tangible sign from God to open the doors of our heart.
The morning alarm is not so much an enemy, but is calling us to service and conversion.
Can’t see the plank in your own eye? Ben LaBadie says, we ought to see the Pharisee in ourselves and be humble.
We’re not perfect people. We’re not “flawless in morality”. But, we can strive in our greatest calling: to love all.
The Eucharist connects us with people everywhere, transcending space and time.