No one wants to be Judas. And yet something washes over me as I read his words, when Jesus speaks of the betrayal He knows is going to happen, “Surely, it is not I.” And I shake my head in disbelief, because it is not Judas I hear, but rather, my own voice.
Heather found herself in the last place she thought she'd end up: The Catholic Church.
Brief and contemporary inspiration focused on hope and family prayer will be delivered to your inbox! Articles include live video, written word, and links to resources that will lead you and your family deeper into faith.
I attended the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress for 2.5 days. Upon returning to my hotel room one evening I took the container of body lotion that the hotel provided and made attempts to anoint or massage my aching feet.
I hope you all are having an amazing Lent this year. I hope as you are focusing on your relationship with Christ and working on detachment, you are feeling closer to our Lord in a special way.
I’m a native Floridian; winters are hard for me. It’s not just the closed toe shoes and the cumbersome layers of clothes that make me feel constrained liked a mummy wrapped in fleece. It’s the darkness.
Why do we lose hope so soon and give up so quickly?