FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
Try to see Lent as not simply a “giving up,” but an invitation from God to become the person God wants you to be. 
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
In this last week of Ordinary Time before Lent, take time to reflect on the ordinary blessings in your life and cultivate gratitude for them.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
While some parts of your life are dark, they are not beyond God’s ability to bring light into them. There is always hope, there is always the promise of new life, and suffering is never the last word.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
The Rev. James Martin, S.J. leads listeners through a guided reflection on forgiveness and reconciliation.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
Simeon and Anna's story is a reminder of the virtue of patience and the necessity of waiting in the Christian life, even if you are prophets like they were.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
Allow yourself to be led through the coming year by St. Mark, who wants nothing more than for you to meet Jesus in his Gospel.