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One Day at a Time by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin This
article is condensed from his inspiring talk at Hillsdale College and
which was incorporated into a book. It lays out for your
consideration a couple of days of moral imagination from what is a weeklong curriculum of good
deeds that can transform and elevate your life and the lives of all those
around you, one day at a time.
Fr. Kilian McDonnell .
Is Catholicism a compilation of restrictions
or is it a guide to perfection? And what about your own spiritual
life? Where is it leading you? Are you living the abundance of the
Good News or just doing the necessities? The Good News is positive and it is
Catholic and Fr. McDonnell has some great insights.
is Giving... by Rev. Joseph Landi, Editor.
The word love is so casually used that its importance
has been lost in our pop-culture yet it is the essence of Christianity. The real meaning of love is giving
and this article will tell you how best to give it--i.e., just as we have
the Blockages to Grace by Tom Curran
According to Pope John Paul II, the great jubilee is
fundamentally about growing in holiness. The removal of blockages to
grace is one key aspect to growing in holiness. This is what the
Charismatic Renewal can do for you through its expectant faith in God's
Pay Mirrors an Ugly System by Rev. John S. Rausch.
Between 1990 and 1998, average CEO pay rose 443
percent, while workers' pay rose only 28 percent. Critics of
excessive executive pay recognize the power of money in the political
process. What's a Christian to do?
in Communication by Pope John
Paul II. In the
world of journalism this is a time of profound changes. The proliferation
of new technologies is affecting every area and involves every human
being. What is the moral and spiritual good of the journalism?
His Holiness call journalism "a sacred task." What do you
Reflections on the Book of Jeremiah (Bible Study--Chapter
1 & 2) This
book portrays a nation in crisis and introduces the reader
to an extraordinary leader upon whom the Lord placed the heavy burden of
the prophetic office.