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Spiritual but not Religious: Reflections of an Ex-Spiritualist

Spirituality (“S”) in the western world often refers to concepts drawn from known religions or religious practice. However, unlike religion (“R”), S often does not have detailed concepts or doctrine and tends to leave the “how” to the individual. See an example of a popular definition of spirituality here. Here are some important lessons IContinue reading Spiritual but not Religious: Reflections of an Ex-Spiritualist

The Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul: 7 Lessons from His Life & Ministry

As we mark the feast day of the conversion  of St. Paul on January 25, we take a look at the life of this great apostle of God. Although he was not among the ten originally called by Jesus Christ, the influence of St. Paul on the early church and the present-day church cannot beContinue reading “The Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul: 7 Lessons from His Life & Ministry”

Behold, Your Mother!: Enter 2022 Praising God for these 7 Aspects of Mary’s Maternity

January 1 is the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. To celebrate this feast, let us contemplate some of the ways that Mary serves us as mother. You will notice that everything that Mary is, she is because of Christ.  Mother of Christ Mary is the only one who got to share flesh and bloodContinue reading “Behold, Your Mother!: Enter 2022 Praising God for these 7 Aspects of Mary’s Maternity”

How to be Enough: 9 Simple Principles for Your New Year Resolution

1. Avoid False Positivity Avoid affirmations which you know – deep down – are untrue. Avoid putting out false images on social media. Acknowledge your difficulties but do not dwell on them. Avoid lying to others to make them feel better. Underscore their good sides instead. Affirm the good you are able to be todayContinue reading “How to be Enough: 9 Simple Principles for Your New Year Resolution”

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