Victory Over the Grave
One popular story attributed to St. Teresa of Avila happened when she was on the toilet. The devil mocked her for thinking about God even...
Nursing, Needles and Jesus' Tender Heart
When I was a kid, I hated when I had to get a needle at the doctor’s office. While this is a familiar feeling among many children (and...
Create in Me a Clean Heart
In her debut blog post, Emma reflects on the 'clean heart' that Jesus longs to create in us and His desire to restore in us.
It’s okay (and rather important) to encounter your brokenness and feel the pain of it. But that’s not where it ends. He wants to guide you.
Dostoevsky and Self-Awareness
In his first column, Nathan tells us about Fyodor Dostoewsky, a Russian author who writes charcters with a distinct self-awareness.
As I write, I am sitting in a lovely parlor, in a family home, in a quaint town in Ireland. This trip was somewhat unexpected but...
Elements of Being Catholic
Myles walks us through the 'elements' of Catholicism: prayer, faith, works, hope and love.
Smile for the Lord
“Say, cheese!” This is the most famous saying when we are about to be photographed. We smile when we are happy. For instance, we smile...
The Power of the Word Yes!
Yes is one of the smallest words in the English language but its meaning can speak to centuries of faith.
Cringing and the Path to Mercy
What is the cringiest, most awkward or embarrassing memory you have? I think each person has moments like this. We all have events in our...