Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Silent Schism. Healing the Serious Split in the Catholic Church

 We are one body in Christ but a body of great diversity. The Catholic community is comprised of members from a vast range of cultures, lifestyles, and economic backgrounds, and therefore, also a variance of hopes and dreams for our … Continue reading

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Maintaining Work/Life Balance in Healthcare

Apparently I thought I could do what Jesus couldn’t. Author Susan J. Bliss points out in her book, We Will Be Healed. Spiritual Renewal for Healthcare Professionals, that Jesus balanced the endless needs of others with his reserve of physical … Continue reading

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Listen to the Desert Book Review

Simplicity and Solitude How realistic is it for us to pray like a hermit in this day and age? Gregory Mayers, C.Ss.R explains how this can be done in his book, Listen to the Desert. It is the type of … Continue reading

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Angels of God, Our Guardians Dear

The Catholic Companion to the Angels Mary Kathleen Glavich Little, if anything, about angels is left unanswered in The Catholic Companion to the Angels by Mary Kathleen Glavich. Answers to the questions of who they are, what they’re like, their … Continue reading

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Turning Around: Lent 2015

Turning Around: Lent 2015 by Ann Naffziger Lent is one of, if not the most, important spiritual time of the year. Turning Around: Lent 2015 by Ann Naffziger is a daily devotional that can assist you on your journey toward a … Continue reading

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