How much water do we use for a nice dinner with steak, potatoes, wine and coffee?
March 2014 Articles Archive
I realized I need to respect other people’s journey to the ultimate truth, while being true to my own faith and showing others that the words I live by are more than just words. I must be a living example of my faith.
Who is my neighbor? Should we open our hearts beyond those closest to us? Chiara Lubich offers her global perspective
“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water”: A chemical leak in an industrial tank forces residents in West Virginia to rethink this simple daily element…
The Darwins: he was agnostic, she a profound believer. They had 10 children and a successful marriage full of great affection and mutual respect
The Focolare’s key point on “love that is reciprocal” — how to give witness to God through our relationships. Part 3
I absolutely love football, and I planned to invite all my friends for that play-off game. But I couldn’t get the thought of visiting my aunt out of my mind….
Anxious about preparing a talk, I wanted to end the conversation on the phone as quickly as possible. Was that the right decision?
Beginning a new job, I had to work with an associate with a “difficult personality.” How should I handle this situation?
Ravi Shankar, the famous Indian sitar player and composer, linked music with his faith. For him, art was a means of worship…
The Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, release their third album — with chants for Lent
A recipe for Irish colcannon — a typical, delicious dish, no matter if you are Irish or not
The University of Notre Dame honors Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran and Focolare president Maria Voce — a new shared endeavor between academics and ecclesial movements
A look at Pope Francis’ latest writings. He invites the whole Catholic Church to focus on the New Commandment