Feminine, Faithful, Free and Bold: One Woman’s Journey Toward Love & Liberation with the Saints


“In a sense, Teresa of Avila was a party girl.” That may not be the common perception of the beloved saint, but it’s a personality trait that intrigued author and EWTN host Colleen Carroll Campbell, who was a Catholic college student hungry for a deeper relationship with God when she first started exploring Teresa’s life. [Read More...]

Happy Halloween from The Christophers


A colleague took this picture at a Jack-o-Lantern festival and shared it with me for obvious reasons: [Read more...]

A Post-Hurricane Sandy Update

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by Hurricane Sandy – those who lost their homes and valuables, those suffering through power outages and flooding, most importantly those who lost their lives. Lower Manhattan, where The Christophers’ office is located, is currently without power and public transportation. I’ll try to do some blogging [Read More...]

The Messy Quest for Meaning: How Doubt, Anxiety, Monks and Mayberry Renewed One Man’s Relationship with God


A debilitating anxiety disorder brought on by a rejection of God during his teenage years led Stephen Martin through some rough times as a young adult. In retrospect, however, he sees his problems as a blessing because they forced him to confront his personal issues, his sense of meaninglessness, and his relationship with God. In [Read More...]