A discovery while being part of a radio program: being available, offering ourselves and relying on others helps us to find the inspiring story in our scattered lives. By Sandra Sherman
This month we remember Len Szczesniak, whose daily choice to love others will continue to profoundly inspire everyone, be they old or young, of any race, religion or gender.
Excerpts from the eulogy that Lenny’s children shared at his funeral celebration By the Szczesniak children
No one could meet Lenny Szczesniak and remain the same. The life of a Focolare pioneer on the East Coast reveals his leitmotiv: the purpose of life is to seek perfection in love. By Clare Zanzucchi and the Szczesniak children
The orthodox theologian Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev is a high diplomat of his church. He left everything, even his music, for God – but then returned to composing.
By Giovanni Guaita
Honoring Anne Porter: The writer’s journey of family, of living in a community of artists and of discovering her faith will remain in her poems. By Mary K. Barile