By Andrew Kreye. One of the things I find most fascinating about learning a new language is how it can change the way you think. It can also give you new insight into the language you already understand...
By CJ Kallevig. This is a difficult time, but we are not alone. We are surrounded with friends, family, and loved ones who care.
By Andrew Kreye. Disclaimer: This one made my head hurt. It also made me squeal with glee because I’m a theology nerd.
By Jenny Hill. So excited for this New Year! New opportunities, new events, new challenges and new goals!
By Sean Mulcare. There is nothing more beneficial for the soul than prayer. Prayer transforms the soul and is the place where God can work to bring about peace and happiness -- the goal of every person. But how does a person pray?
By Bryn Rademaker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3iGzwkGkEU “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” -John 1:1 Every day we have thousands of opportunities to encounter the Lord: through his creation and nature, through others’ acts of love towards us, through participation in the Sacraments… But how often do... Continue Reading →
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...
By Elise Burns. We all know about the struggle-bus of adolescence. But do we all really know that God is there with us through it all?