Gratitude comes from the Latin root for grace. This Thanksgiving we ought to be full of gratitude for God’s abundant grace.
From Moses to David to you, our radical God chooses the lowly and unknown to do great things.
Why do we treat important decisions like products, as if we’re “buying” an “add-on” for our life? True Christian discernment ought to be about “selling” and casting off false masks.
I’d like to share with you a workshop I presented last month at Ministry Days, a conference in the Diocese of Sacramento. The focus is on God’s incomprehensible and infinite […]
Can I vote for a Democrat? Can I vote for someone who is not consistently pro-life? Isn’t abortion the primary issue I must base my vote on? Let’s examine what the Church teaches and how to make an Ignatian discernment.
Pray with this new audio examen, meditating on the family and your role in your own family.
You’ve endured pain and exhaustion. You’ve journeyed so long and so far for this moment. What do you say to the Apostle?
Laura prays the Our Father in new words, in her own words.
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. (Originally posted Nov. 2015)