In today’s gospel, the faithful are inspired to be a source of life to others.
Let us listen to God in prayer, silence, solitude, and solidarity.
In this Lenten reflection, the faithful are urged to hold on to God and seek strength and grace especially in times of temptations.
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What right do we have to question if the devotion is real? Who is the authority to say that this is real faith and that other one is fake? Who will set the standards?
Each New Year is a kairos—a moment of grace. It invites us to live a new life that demands a better mindset and “heartset” based in Christ. New Year brings new horizons to explore and perspectives to venture as human beings and as Christians.
We may regret being too critical to our teen or getting angry too easily at our preschooler. But it’s encouraging to be given a fresh start to be able to do things we’ve meant to but never got to do during the past year. Ten parents share their own New Year’s resolutions for their kids.
With the second round of family gatherings this weekend, remember, don’t assume a relative is pregnant and never criticize your host’s served dishes. Here’re a few rules to avoid awkward moments as well as scripts to help you keep your cool.
This Christmas, let us pause, stand up and walk for “the journey is still long.” With zealous hearts let us take the path to peace and the fullness of life. Remember, the star of Bethlehem was a star of peace and hope.
This season, give your children a gift that will go beyond toys and leave them with values, memories and traditions that they can learn from and cherish.
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