What happens when the most wonderful time of year is crossed with suffering? With loss? How can we navigate a time of great joy when it is overshadowed by great sorrow?
I was at a SEEK conference in 2015 surrounded by thousands of other College students listening to a talk by well known Catholic speaker Sarah Swafford when my life changed in an instant.
By Jillian Hensley Following two unsuccessful dating relationships–and the inevitable wondering “Are there any good guys out there?”–my friend suggested checking out dating apps.
By Anna Mahoney. Imagine God looking at us now. For the first time – in a very long time – families are spending time together. Your world now revolves around your family rather than your job, your hobbies, your friends, and your schoolwork.
Afraid. Alone. Empty. Confused. Scared. Isolated.
As of recent, all Catholic Churches in the US have been closed due to COVID-19, leaving us without mass for almost a month during the Lenten and Easter seasons.
It’s the topic that nobody wants to hear more about, but the reality that we’re stuck in. Life during COVID has robbed us of gathering together in groups, of going out to restaurants and stores, and even from going to church. How can we live our lives like this? Check out these great articles by our top-rated authors on that exact question!
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