Saint Thomas More

By Mel Mantanona Saints Corner Imagine being born into a lineage, but that same lineage also being one that awakens one’s demise. Born in London...

Watering the plants

Someone shared the story of a wife asking her husband who was outside in the yard watering the plants to come inside for she wants to ask him about what she found in his cellphone.

A message to the graduates 

As the school year comes to an end, many schools both private and public are holding Baccalaureate Masses.

Upset and set-up

Do you easily get upset even over little things? If you do, it’s because you only think about yourself, your comfort, and what pleases you, unmindful of others.

Choose Heaven

Franciscan Father Richard Rohr is one of my favorite contemporary writers.

Making a leap of faith

For the church to be a dynamic reality, people’s faith has to grow, expand, and become transformative, not only in their lives, but also of the believing community.

St. Joan of Arc

St. Joan of Arc, the patroness of France, was born on Jan. 6, 1412 into a poor French family.

The holy ones of summer

As the school year comes to an end, the anticipation and excitement for the summer ahead is unmistakable and undeniable.

Ode to joy

I looked up the word “joy” in the dictionary and found it to mean great happiness’ feelings of great exhilaration especially of an elevated or spiritual kind or something that brings extreme gladness’ a pleasurable aspect of something or source of happiness.

Love matters

Jesus revolutionized love from merely an emotional feeling of the heart to an identity of Christian discipleship.

Safe Environment

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