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March 06, 2013
Mar. 6: Serving Life
It would be easy to consider the hardened criminals inside Louisiana’s maximum security prison at...
March 05, 2013
Mar. 5: How to Talk to God
Prayer is an important part of our Lenten obligations. If you find it difficult to...
March 04, 2013
Mar. 4: Mary’s Meals
When Scottish famine relief worker Magnus MacFarlane Barrow traveled to Malawi in 2002, a child...
March 03, 2013
Mar. 3: A Healthy Helping of Healing
Gilbert McClure, a retired Kansas cattle rancher, lists his recently deceased son John’s best qualities:...
March 02, 2013
Mar. 2: Love to the Rescue
“All I want is for her to live, I don’t care if she is injured...
March 01, 2013
Mar. 1: A Three Dollar Lesson
When National Catholic Register writer Matthew Archbold arrived in Virginia on a business trip, he...
February 28, 2013
Feb. 28: No Tempers in Thailand
A travel magazine offered this tip about what not to bring on a trip to...
February 27, 2013
Feb. 27: The Unexpected Road to God
“None of the characters went looking for God, but God found them,” said writer/director/producer Emilio...
February 26, 2013
Feb. 26: The Duke’s Witness of Faith
Father Matthew Muñoz from the Diocese of Orange, California, has an impressive lineage. His grandfather...
February 25, 2013
Feb. 25: Paralyzed Youth Inspires Hockey Players
In December 2011, Minnesota teen Jack Jablonski was paralyzed from the neck down after taking...
February 24, 2013
Feb. 24: We’re Called to Serve
How many people every day walk by a homeless person without a second glance? Bishop...
February 23, 2013
Feb. 23: A Fresh (Vegetable) Approach to Feeding the Hungry
St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, takes the Bible’s urging to “feed...
February 22, 2013
Feb. 22: An Olympic Gymnast’s Blessings
“God has given me this awesome talent to represent Him. Glory goes up to Him,...
February 21, 2013
Feb. 21: Helping After School
After graduating from high school, Demetrius Phillips had one wish—to help others. The Oakland, California...
February 20, 2013
Feb. 20: The Importance of Forgiveness
Steve Wayne of Louisville, Kentucky, had a challenging relationship with his father, Bill, who often...
February 19, 2013
Feb. 19: Made in His Image
“I don’t think I would be alive today if it wasn’t for the hope God...
February 18, 2013
Feb. 18: The Cancer Year
When singer/songwriter Audrey Assad married William Price III in February 2011, it was a happy...
February 17, 2013
Feb. 17: Some Alone Time with God
Criterion writer Marcellino D’Ambrosio schedules some “alone time” with God when he feels the stresses...
February 16, 2013
Feb. 16: A Human Care Package
The Department of Defense bestows Freedom Awards on companies that go to extraordinary lengths to...
February 15, 2013
Feb. 15: Become a “Good Conductor”
When he was a poor student desperate to get home to see his dying mother,...
February 14, 2013
Feb. 14: A Love from Here to Eternity
The late Sargent Shriver was one of the most admired public servants of the 20th...
February 13, 2013
Feb. 13: What to Give Up for Lent
The inspirational newsletter Apple Seeds shared the following reflection from EWTN.com about what to give...
February 12, 2013
Feb. 12: An All-Star Legacy
Six-time NBA All-Star Jack Twyman, who died in May 2012, achieved some great feats on...
February 11, 2013
Feb. 11: Wishing to Remember
Almost 70 years ago, Dorothy Flood was denied access to a train dining car because...
February 10, 2013
Feb. 10: Jesus and the Bikers
Finding groups of Christians who are committed to spreading the Gospel may not seem odd. ...
February 09, 2013
Feb. 9: Recognize and Stop Cyberbullying
Many adults dismiss schoolyard bullying as a normal rite of passage. But things have changed...
February 08, 2013
Feb. 8: Learning to Shelve Your Pride
Part-time nurse and mother of seven Molly Beck from Westfield, Indiana, knows how irresistible it...
February 07, 2013
Feb. 7: History in a School
Back in the 19th century, Cornelia Peacock Connelly, a native of Philadelphia, found herself separated...
February 06, 2013
Feb. 6: Blind Guide
In the media coverage of activist Chen Guangcheng’s fight to leave his native China for...
February 05, 2013
Feb. 5: Wake-Up Call – Take Two
You open your eyes to begin the day—and it’s suddenly a disaster. Maybe your children...
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