How Many Kids Do You Have?

Recently, I had the pleasure of volunteering at a fundraising event for our local seminary. I saw a pregnant lady at the buffet, struggling with a small child in one arm and a plate in the other. I immediately offered to help with the plate (assuming she would not voluntarily hand her child over to a...

Speak Life

I was on a conference call with an author yesterday, when I was struck by a statement he made: we’re all struggling. I found myself getting lost in that thought because it’s one I’ve had pretty often myself. We’re all doing the best we can to get along, but oftentimes we fail to see that others are...

The Secret to a Good Marriage

My youngest sister gets married in less than a week. I am a very sentimental person, so I have been reflecting on words of wisdom I have to offer her after my almost ten years of marriage. Here it is: There is no secret to a good marriage. Marriage takes work and commitment—and that is no secret! Dr. Ray...

Happy Fourth!

On this day, I always reflect on the freedoms that we have living in the United States of America. Working at Franciscan Media, one I think about especially often is freedom of religion. Today, I pray in thanksgiving for my freedom of religion, and I pray that others who are persecuted for their beliefs may...

The Last of the Forty Days

I can’t believe Lent is coming to an end. In the Catholic publishing world, the season of Lent seems even longer than 40 days, as we are promoting Lenten books and resources to parishes and Catholics long before Lent actually begins. As Holy Week approaches, I’ve been thinking about how to make the most...

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