The Higher Road

Life. It can be very busy, can’t it? So many things command our attention and energy. What is someone to do when they’re all potentially good things, worthy of our effort? I don’t have an easy answer to this. I’d be open to yours if you’d care to share. What I do know is...

When Media Matters

One of my all time favorite shows is Les Miserables. I love the themes of sacrifice and redemption that run throughout the plot. It follows the struggles, sorrows and joys of a simple man throughout his life. He’s not necessarily a religious man, but spiritual themes resonate in this story.   This...

The Grace of the Moment

One of my favorite places to hang out is the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Last week, the Harding University choir was visiting the city from Arkansas and stopped by the zoo. They noticed the acoustics in the reptile house and decided to hold an impromptu concert. I saw the video on Facebook and it...

Winter Is the Time to Savor

Our guest blogger today, Mary Fishman, is the producer-director of the documentary Band of Sisters, her first film. Prior to becoming a filmmaker, Mary was an architect and urban planner. Born in Chicago, she was taught by Springfield Dominicans in elementary school and the Sisters of Mercy in high school....

Second Chances, New Beginnings

I, for one, am grateful that God offers us a seemingly limitless supply of second chances. Try as I may, I haven’t yet found the key to achieving perfection. Second chances allow me the opportunity to gather myself, to regroup, and to try again. My failed attempts don’t have the last...

Check Out Digital SAM!

St. Anthony Messenger has come a long way. First published on June 1, 1893, the magazine grew into one of the principal Catholic family magazines in the United States. In its publishing history, the magazine has featured interviews with prominent Catholics, and includes educational, inspirational, and...

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