Francis In Assisi, Again

October 4 marked the Feast of St. Francis and the first visit of Pope Francis to the hometown of his namesake, whom some say is perhaps the most known and beloved saint of all time. Join Franciscan Father Murray Bodo, author of the classic Francis: The Journey and the Dream, and the more recent release...

Why Lino Rulli Should Be Canonized Right Away

I recently had the privilege to produce the audiobook version of Lino Rulli‘s latest title, Saint: Why I Should Be Canonized Right Away. The title is the second by author Lino Rulli and follows his Sinner release. For those of you unfamiliar with Rulli, he’s currently the host of Sirius/XM...

New Beginnings

It’s been a season of new beginnings in our household: new jobs, graduations, and engagement announcements. My house hasn’t seen this type of change in some time. It’s both an exciting time (filled with hope for the future) and a foreboding time (filled with “What...

Celebrating Changing Demographics

According to a recent Pew Research Center study, 47% of the Catholic population in the United States under the age of 40 is Hispanic. While this trend is not new, this reality never hit me until I saw it documented in that Pew study. Both our Church and our country are diverse, reflecting a...

Living the Year of Faith

In these tough economic times, in these times of social unrest, in these times of wars and rumors of wars, in these days of storms and destruction, faith is needed. But what exactly is the “Year of Faith” we are in? It’s a year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the start of the...

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