COMMENTARY: Practical things Catholics can do to lighten the load when it comes to cumbersome anxiety, learning to put our trust in God.
COMMENTARY: These are not just stories from a long time ago. Jesus wants us to make them our own. He wants to relive the love story of his passion in us.
COMMENTARY: We are called to worship God and unite all our works, joys and sufferings with Christ’s perfect act of self-giving love. And we do that most fully in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
COMMENTARY: The heart-to-heart dialogue of the Liturgy of the Word prepares us to be united to Christ in Holy Communion.
COMMENTARY: The Blessed Mother should be our model.
We trust that God sees our hearts — hearts that long for him, perhaps more than ever before.
COMMENTARY: Biblical insights into the birth of Christ offer Old and New Testament parallels.