Jessica Ptomey considers how intentionally living our purpose as a domestic church has repercussions far beyond our own family life.
Carrie Soukup shares five ways you can tap into simple prayer, no matter how busy your life may be.
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We are commemorating today one of the truly great popes of our church. He is called the Great because he was known for his charity, his sense of justice, and his political diplomacy - but perhaps even more so, Saint Gregory was known for his devotion to Christ and the Church. He urged us to study, saying, "I beg you study and meditate each day the words of God, for in so doing you would come to know the heart of Jesus."
In today's Gospel, Jesus said, "Put out into deep water and lower your nets for a catch." Simon said in reply, "Master, we have worked hard all night and have caught nothing, but at your command I will lower the nets."
Peter Kreeft, a philosophy Professor at Boston College, is the author of a book called '40 Reasons Why I am a Catholic.' Kreeft is a convert to the faith, who reasoned his way into the Catholic Church by chasing the truth, through intense research, and following it wherever it led him.