Where do we go after the Supreme Court’s decision? A young author’s take
How the spirituality of unity can help us to self-regulate our emotions and develop resilience
When life gives you zucchinis, bake a cake
A delicious recipe that makes use of a bumper crop of summer vegetables
“Going to confession seems almost not necessary to me... isn’t it more important to try to remedy the wrong that I have done to my neighbor?”
Largest known plant on earth discovered in the Australian ocean—it is 4,500 years old!
“When you are a parent, every day is the busiest day of the week.” (Unknown parent)
How rolling the Cube of Love helped me to see a parishioner as a neighbor to be loved
Chiara Lubich was founder and first president of the Focolare Movement, and a prolific writer.
We continue to celebrate the centennial of her birth (1920) by covering key moments in her life.
Part 21 (and last): 2008
That look in Chiara’s eyes
Her last months; a “yes” with some trepidation; the immense gratitude of those touched by her life
Lights and shadows in a metropolis suspended between the sacred and the profane, the city is an international attraction that is not without its poverty and problems
Giving and receiving in the life and thought of Paul Ricoeur