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Stepping stone or stumbling block? | Word Alive
Steve Lawrence
September 10, 2021
Those who promote acts of love, like St. Maximilian Kolbe, are stepping stones to God, but those who oppose love are stumbling blocks. more
As Canadians go to the polls for a federal election once again, what role does faith play in our political choices? more
When Jesus cures a man who is deaf-mute, he is healing a spiritual disability as well as a physical one. In what way might Jesus be calling you to unmute? more
In his new book, The Unbroken Thread, Sohrab Ahmari makes a strong case for rediscovering the value of the great works and traditional wisdom. more
A 3 o’clock prayer | Everyday Miracles
Lisa Yglesias
September 1, 2021
Lisa and her friend are driving home from university for Easter. Lisa prays for protection at 3 o’clock, not knowing how much she was about to need it. more
We join Pope Francis in praying that we all will make courageous choices for a simple and environmentally sustainable lifestyle. more
Living relationships are changing relationships. So it’s not surprising to see a new approach to Anglican–Roman Catholic dialogue after some 55 years. more
In the hand or on the tongue? Deacon Pedro looks at these two ways of receiving Communion and what the Church has to say about them. more
The Museum of Family Prayer in Easton, Massachusetts, is featured in episode 2 of Historia Vitae. Here's why you should visit - and bring your family! more
Jesus is not advocating for a lack of cleanliness. He is calling us to make the ritual of our faithfulness a reflection of the true state of our soul. more