The God Who Is Not a Program

With every new parish program promising a new solution, Tracy Earl Welliver explains why Jesus Christ is always the real answer.

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Discerning the Seeds of Stewardship

As sowers, we have been given the seeds of our time, talent, and treasure. We have a choice of where to plant these gifts

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Why Radical Hospitality Matters

Most parishes have welcoming committees, but Jane Angha, Director of Ministry Blueprints, shares what it means to create a culture of radical hospitality.

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Who Likes Waiting?

When promises seem delayed we get impatient. In this Sunday’s readings, God promises that His word will be fulfilled in His time.

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Why Should We be “Digital Catholics”?

If Catholics want to evangelize through media, we muse use it so organically that we become “digital Catholics” and shape media culture itself!

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The Cost of Spiritual Joy

The experience of true spiritual joy comes at a price. It’s not cheap and it’s surely not free.

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No One Before God

In the complications of everyday modern life, it can be difficult to put God first. Tracy Earl Welliver shares on returning God to His rightful place.

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The Paradox of Life in Christ

In this Sunday’s readings, we encounter a reality meant to be a similar wake-up call. In the paradox of the cross, we experience the tension of losing everything in order to gain all.

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In Awe of Creation

There’s so much to be thankful for in this life. But can we really receive God’s gift if we don’t stop and take notice?

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Moving Beyond Fear

At first glance, living without fear may seem idealistic and unrealistic. But when you get right down to it, isn’t this the way many of our stronger saints lived their lives?

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Stewardship & the Eucharist

What does the Holy Eucharist say to you about stewardship? Maybe today is a great time to reflect on your answer.

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You Feed Them!

Our sharing in the Eucharist is an act of communion and we are brought into the life of Christ and the Church, as we are brought out of ourselves.

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