Are you worried about finding your vocation in life? Are you afraid you’ll somehow miss it? What should you do time slips by and nothing seems to be happening?
Christ Is Passing Through Your Life Today—Will You Follow Him?
Every day, Jesus passes through our lives and calls us to follow Him in ways both big and small. Where do we meet Him? In what ways does He call to us? How do we respond?
Filling Our Jars with Water
There are many points to meditate on in John’s account of the wedding at Cana. Jesus’ command to the servers has especially attracted my notice.
“Fill the jars with water.”
What a simple order. Anyone can do this. What this means is that…
Live the Resurrection, Real Time
Easter is a season of new beginnings. It’s a time for us to allow the blossoming of the spiritual seeds that Lent sowed in our hearts, and also to allow the restoration of that which was broken. The cry “He is risen!” is not a far-distant memory, but rather…
The Third Mark of the Church: “Catholic”
“Catholic” is a tricky term to explain. We use it all the time in describing ourselves or the Church, but what do we really mean when we call it a mark of the Church?
What the Incarnation Signifies for Us in Regard to the Human Body
God could have redeemed us in any number of ways, but He didn’t. He chose the Incarnation as the best way to save us. Why?
“Everything for You, Lord, Except This”
Unlike the rich young man, St. Matthew does not go looking for Jesus. As Father said, Matthew probably got up that morning thinking it’d be a normal day and pondering how much money he would make. Then Jesus passes by.
Saints Don’t Take Holidays (though Writers Do)
Throughout July, we’ve delved into the lives of a variety of saints from all different walks of life. Each one of them was entrusted with a mission. All of these men and women were needed. So are you.
You Have a Mission
One hears plenty of talk about vocations in the Catholic Church today. Often, it concerns the shortage of priests and religious. Sometimes there’s talk of marriage. Rarely, there’s some mention of the consecrated single life. How about one’s mission, though?