Pray for the President

Pray for the President

Growing up listening to the wise testimonies of my elder brothers and sisters, one that rings true and has always stayed with me is that of the late Sister Pauline Kowalczyk. Sister Pauline immigrated to the U.S. from Poland. Barely 5 feet tall, she frequently wore a...

Politics, Liberty, and Our Lord

Politics can be a touchy subject. When I worked in Pittsburgh, I sometimes focused on public policy and had interactions with local politicians. At the mere mention of the name of a local policymaker, I could set loose on a rant about anything concerning his/her...
The Olympians of Scripture

The Olympians of Scripture

Are you still watching Olympic replays and highlights even though the games ended last week? We witnessed some remarkable feats at the Summer Olympic games. We’ve seen plenty of pictures that show the thrill of victory, and some, unfortunately, the agony of...

Comfort in Tragedy

We’re taking a moment to bring you this special post in light of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut last week. This is an experience had by Sister Rosanne Champine. As I watched the reports of the terrible tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut...