The seasons change, and so must we

Managing editor Scott Warden reflects on a few changes in his life — namely recognizing that he has reached middle age. He writes: “The pieces of the puzzle have been there for a while — the army of gray hairs slowly forcing

Let’s reexamine what ordinary should look like

Managing editor Scott Warden shares how his New Year’s resolutions fizzled out earlier this year. One of these resolutions was to pray the Rosary every day. Others were weekly adoration and listening to the “Bible in a Year” podcast with Father Mike

Wise words from a successor of the apostles

In his latest column, managing editor Scott Warden reflects on how people treat the world’s bishops, who are successors to the apostles. He writes: “These days, it seems apparent that there are an awful lot of folks who despise the bishops. For

Why the world needs Mother Teresa now more than ever

It’s been nearly five years since Pope Francis officially declared what the world already knew: Mother Teresa is a saint. In his latest column, Our Sunday Visitor managing editor Scott Warden reflects on the tenderness, compassion and courage of the diminutive nun

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