Surrender, giving control of our lives to Christ, is an enormous obstacle to living out our faith in the workplace, or anyplace for that matter. Surrendering to Christ and putting his will before my own for the first time more than seven years ago was the very moment I felt stronger than at any other
Many are ready to give a polite nod of some sort to Jesus of Nazareth. Most honor him as a great moral teacher. Many even confess him as Savior. But the Incarnation of the Eternal God? Second person of the Holy Trinity?
The Mister and I just had a romantic dinner in the basement, served by two little girls. The main course was Fisher Price peas and pizza, real water from a sturdy, plastic teapot and Cheez-Its. We were entertained by music playing on daddy’s cell phone and the evening ended with a rousing rendition of The
One of the most significant fault lines in cultural history opened up in the 16th and 17th centuries, with the emergence of a characteristically modern way of approaching life… Watch and listen to Fr. Barron’s commentary on “Modernity and Morality” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0sspv5npis Father Barron can be found on the Internet at: Word On Fire CATHOLICISM Please
“Isn’t the Church against stem cell research?” This question came up more than once from my own friends and family members, regular Church-going Catholics, as I was preparing to head to Rome to cover the second adult stem cell conference. It’s a question that highlighted just how much the perception concerning this topic needs to