“In recent centuries, millions of people came to this land to pursue their dream of building a future in freedom. We, the people of this continent, are not fearful of foreigners, because most of us were once foreigners.”
In planning my trip to Philadelphia these past few weeks, I...
Have you ever stopped and wondered, is heaven real? I know I have, but I have always been cautiously optimistic.
You’ve heard the stories of people that were clinically dead and a few minutes later come back to life with incredible stories of what they experienced–from bright lights to seeing a loved...
A brief and simple poem by William Carlos Williams (1883-1963), gives us an unusual image to delight in. I offer here, for your heart’s enjoyment and contemplation, “The Red Wheelbarrow.”
The Red Wheelbarrow
so much depends
a red wheel
glazed with rain
Today’s guest blogger, Sister Joanne Schatzlein, OSF, discusses Pope Francis on Motherhood. Sister Joanna is a frequent contributor to St. Anthony Messenger.
On my way to board a plane in Milwaukee’s airport, I recently noticed a “Lactation Station.” Although this enclosed “container” had...
Our guest blogger is Teresa Tomeo, syndicated talk show host, motivational speaker, and author of Walk Softly and Carry a Great Bag: On-the-Go Devotions.
Today’s modern American woman is the queen of multitasking—juggling, jobs, children’s homework, housework, church commitments, social...
The following is an excerpt from Jean Vanier’s new book The Gospel of John, The Gospel of Relationship, published by Franciscan Media.
We are all filled with fears, prejudices, and wounds. We are afraid of our own limits, fragility, and mortality. We are afraid of those who are different, of people...