Faith in Focus

Peter Lucier May 17, 2019
When I returned from Afghanistan, I needed to find a way to go from being a Marine who is loved for his sins to being a believer who is a sinner but who is loved. I needed to find a way to come home.
Ellen Rahner May 16, 2019
Pauline Vanier sold everything she owned and moved into a small house in Trosly-Breuil. She became “Mamie,” the grandmother of L’Arche.
Ellen B. Koneck May 11, 2019
Despite only recently earning the title, motherhood was not new to me. My body, my mind, my time are not my own.
Haley Stewart May 11, 2019
Mother’s Day is already difficult for women who long to be moms or have lost children in miscarriage, stillbirth or the death of a child after birth. And these women do not make up a small percentage of the women in the pews.
Joe Hoover, S.J. May 03, 2019
Adding more words will not make Mass “better.” If you cleanly speak the words as they are, if you let them flow through you, the people in the pews may hear the Mass as they have never heard it before. You do not need to do more. It’s not about you.
Bae Na Dae Ta May 01, 2019
Fear should not keep us from fulfilling our very purpose to love one another.