‘Food is recreation and we all need to have fun,’ says Father Matthew Mauriello, ‘but the Lord is the most important.’
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Catholic Rural Life (CRL) has as its underlying goal to promote Catholic life in rural America.
Inspired by the Benedictine tradition of manual labor, Sister Kathleen O’Neill and her sisters support themselves by selling handmade candy — and lots of it.
St. Ignatius is the patron saint of the Jesuits, spiritual retreats, educators, the Basque country and soldiers.
“The more you live out your sonship with God,” says Father Lungren, “the better your life will be.”
Richard Micheli runs the family-owned restaurant — The Portofino in Arlington, Virginia — which his father opened more than 50 years ago.
“Passing down recipes,” says Grace Abi-Najm Shea, “is such an important part of passing down traditions.”
Writer Woodeene Koenig-Bricker and cook Celia Murphy team up to prepare an imaginary banquet with a few of God’s closest friends.
Father Blenkle became a priest after a life-changing encounter as a young man — “God, through St. John Paul II, spoke to my heart.”
“I have been blessed with energy,” says Sister Christine, “and God has been so good to me.”