3 Hard Words: ‘I forgive you’

We’ve all been dismayed by stories of callous shootings and escapes of murderers from prisons in recent weeks. It’s enough to knock the wind out of anti-death-penalty arguments, one might think. Then we hear the actions and prayers of the family members, person after person, of those nine...

A World of Love

Our guest blogger today is Heather King who resides in Los Angeles and speaks nationwide. This blog is adapted from Heather King’s book Stumble: Virtue, Vice, and the Space Between (Franciscan Media). Her blog can be found at shirtofflame.blogspot.com. There is no braver, more difficult, or more radical...

Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones…

Today’s guest blogger is Teresa Tomeo, author of Walk Softly and Carry a Great Bag If anyone thinks he is religious, and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his heart, this man’s religion is vain. —James 1:26 Will someone please tell me what happens to our conscience when we decide to lash out...

Conversion Stories of Hollywood Legends

The following is an excerpt from Mary Claire Kendall’s new book Oasis: Conversion Stories of Hollywood Legends. Early on, when I was marketing Gary Cooper’s faith journey, the editor of a Los Angeles-based magazine told me she was only interested in his “external life.” How absurd, I thought....

Spiritual Stumbles

Our guest blogger today is Heather King who resides in Los Angeles and speaks nationwide. This blog is adapted from Heather King’s book Stumble: Virtue, Vice, and the Space Between (Franciscan Media). Her blog can be found at shirtofflame.blogspot.com. I find there are two types of people who attack me...

Ridding the World of Evil

Since the beginning of human history, violence and bloody warfare have been among humanity’s most common ways of eliminating those seen as enemies. And in recent decades, we have not found better methods, or so it seems, of eliminating these opponents. Our “enemies” are still there, despite the...

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