Take a moment and reflect on the famous and startling quote from St. Jerome: “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.”
Let’s be honest, work is real and a healthy work/life balance is often elusive. So start small and reclaim Sunday.
Mary saying yes to God was one of the most significant acts of obedience in human history.
Put Jesus first and feed your mind with the truth.
There’s nothing flashy about faithful intercessory prayer, but God notices. Here's how to say, “I’ll pray for you,” and mean it.
We are joyful because we are hopeful. Our hope is not based on fantasy or “wishing,” but on what God has already done for us through the Easter story.
Like a misplaced phone, wallet or keys, are you looking everywhere for God, but not seeing him? FAITH Columnist Pete Burak reminds us that God isn't hiding.
Tell Jesus what’s on your heart, and take time to listen to his response.
As the father of four young children, the Holy Spirit pricked my heart when the well-known and surprisingly profound “This Little Light of Mine” came blasting through the speaker.
How do we respond to God’s invitations, gifts and corrections?
Pete Burak reminds us even in a pandemic, we can still pray.
Everyone with glasses or contacts understands the sensation of seeing leaves on trees after putting on glasses for the first time.
Confirmation – much more than a certificate of completion.
Christianity’s bold claims shine brightest when things are darkest.
Peter’s journey of faith is a microcosm for all of us.
Many of us just try to survive Lent until we can satiate our increasing hunger for dessert, Instagram, alcohol or the snooze button. Columnist Pete Burak invites you to consider it from a different perspective.
In recent years, usually around the beginning of November, I’ve noticed a growin...
As Christians, we’ve been given a sneak peek of where this most miraculous story leads. Reset your expectations this Advent and see what happens when you await the Lord with an open heart.
Each experience is unique - be ready to share yours.
Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me.” (Mt 16:24) These are challenging words from Jesus. They cut to the heart and demand a response.
“Rejoice in the Lord always, again I will say, Rejoice.
Anyone who’s played sports, pursued music or developed a new personal skill or trait has probably heard it said, “If you’re not getting better, you’re getting worse!”
When I read a familiar Gospel story, I ask God to help me see it with new eyes and think about it with a deeper meaning.
Love allows us to see people as their Creator sees them, and when we look through his lens, love becomes giving and not taking.