This is our ninth week of contemplating the key foundations, “charisms,” of the spirituality that Venerable Patrick Peyton learned in his Religious Order, the Congregation of Holy Cross. This week we’ll be reflecting on the fourth charism: Hospitality.
Have you ever wondered what to give someone who seems to have everything they need? The older I get, the more it seems to happen!
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You may have heard about Adam and Eve, or watched “The Ten Commandments,” but where do these stories come from?
How can you as a mom find ways to show your family that extra dose of love to keep your family spirits up during this pandemic and to act as a kind and loving servant? We are all called to be servants of God, and special times call for special measures.
One of the stories in the Indian epic Mahabharata begins with Arjuna asking Krishna, “Why Karna is known to be more bounteous than me?” In response, Krishna showed a gold mountain and asked Arjuna to distribute it to the people in a day.
Most of us live in a place between wanting to make our own decisions and being paralyzed by actually making them.