Give your heart to faith, dodge cynicism this Christmas

The enduring legacy of Ebeneezer Scrooge’s “Bah Humbug!” from Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” continues to resonate after nearly two centuries, reflecting sentiments of modern-day disillusionment with holiday fervor. Amid the commercialized season and declining religious affiliation, the “humbug” sentiment may well

4 ways to jump start your Eucharistic Revival

It’s been almost a year and a half since Corpus Christi Sunday 2022 — June 19 — the launch date of the ongoing National Eucharistic Revival. How are you participating? This time of year offers us a prime opportunity for getting serious

It’s time for a family and spiritual reset

Back in 2015, newly engaged, I signed on the dotted line (and initialed about 135 times) before departing from the cozy conference room with a new-to-me house. Before I left, the former owner looked at me and said, “What are you going

Managing the growing chorus of opinions

In the bustling chaos of raising children, the multitude of opinions that emerge under one roof can sometimes feel overwhelming. From musical preferences to toy disputes, bedtime routines to snack time negotiations, it’s a constant whirlwind of individual desires. Yet, amid this

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