St. Francis: A Mission Received

By Br. Nathan Linton, OFM, Cap. When St. Francis had his conversion, most people thought he was CRAZY, including his own father. However, instead of being discouraged, he persevered in trusting the Lord and in following the specific call from Jesus in his life to draw ever nearer to God in the particular way planned for him...

Who Are You?

By Haley Arndt. So, this just occurred to me: some of you don’t know who I am. Sure, you have gotten to know me through reading my blogs for the past six months (wow, six months already?!?). But the real heart to knowing someone is knowing their story. It’s knowing where they came from, what they’ve gone through, and how they got to where they are today...

Papa Pete: An Invitation (Ep. 2)

By Sarah Wilder. Many of us know of Jesus' first encounter with Peter in the Scriptures. But how many of us could identify the second encounter? Peter often is seen as relatable because of his mistakes and shortcomings, but it's also good to remember his great acts of faith that helped to form him as one of the greatest saints in the memory of the Church.

Is God Real? Is the Bible Credible? Is Jesus Really God?

By Erich Wallace. I hope you’re entering into the new year with renewed joy and passion for life. The Diocese of Superior’s monthly challenge for January is to remain joyful even amidst difficult circumstances, and I just heard a talk by Chris Stefanick from #SEEK2019 about how to keep “The Joy of the Lord” in your life. I have been trying to take these challenges to heart, but I’ve also been encountering the fact that many people are leaving the Catholic Church in our country and missing out on the opportunity to experience this joy...

The Not-So-Saintly Francis

By Br. Nathan Linton, OFM, Cap. Every saint has a past, but that is good news because it means that a sinner can have a future! Br. Nathan discusses St. Francis's conversion from selfishness and worldliness to life in Christ.

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