Standing on Holy Ground

Our guest blogger this week is Carole Dahlquist, Trade Marketing and Sales Support Manager for Franciscan Media. Julie Dortch Cragon has written a delightful book entitled Visiting Mary: Her U.S. Shrines and Their Graces. The book launched on Saturday, May 3, in the month of Mary, at Julie’s bookstore, St....

Choose to be Grateful

I admit that I am way too much of a whiner. It’s not too hard to come up with a list of things to whine about.  Every day has its new aches and pains, irritable people, tedious tasks and on and on.  I’m sure you have your own list.  It’s not something I’m proud of—I struggle with it every day...

Change

Does the word change conjure up anything in you? Each of us approaches change differently. I may love change, relish in it, embrace it, and look for opportunities to engage it. I may hate change, fear it, stress over it, and work against it. Our attitude and perspective on change may vary, based on each...

Patience: Under Construction

Our guest blogger today is Drew Savoy, a senior at Anderson University in Indiana. He studies communications with a journalism concentration. He works for The Andersonian (student newspaper) and also broadcasts baseball and basketball games for 98.7 WQME. A trip to London earlier this year has made me think...

Teamwork

Over the years, St. Anthony Messenger editors spawned a number of other publications, maintained by those of us whose primary concern is your magazine. Several parish handouts were developed over the years. One flopped (Senior Update); one thrived for many years (Youth Update). One publication our friars...

Easter Joy and Life!

Christ is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! Shouts of exaltation about our risen Lord capture our attention each Easter vigil. The somber and reflective time of Lent ends as we enter the joyous and life-giving season of Easter. Each of us spends time with family, friends and church members during this...

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