In Marriage, Your “Stuff” Rises to the Surface

In Marriage, Your “Stuff” Rises to the Surface

Beth: Marriage has a way of drawing out the best and the worst of us—and that’s all a part of the beautiful process of what God wants to do in us through this sacrament. It reminds me of bone broth. Each December, we buy from some Benedictine sisters here in Colorado...
Marriage: Getting Your Spouse to Heaven?

Marriage: Getting Your Spouse to Heaven?

There is a journey God wants to take you on in marriage. He uses your vocation, more than almost anything else, to form you, shape you, mold you, sanctify you. Jesus doesn’t just want to meet you in the chapel, in the sacraments, or in your daily prayer time. One of...
Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross

Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross

The Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross invites Catholics to discover the depths of Christ’s love shown to us by his passion and death. In this beautiful book, readers will find a guide to accompany them and help them meditate on Christ’s Passion. Edward Sri,...
Why is it called “Stations” of the Cross?

Why is it called “Stations” of the Cross?

Why is it called “Stations” of the Cross? In English, the word “stations” refers to places people stop as they wait for the next step in their journey. We might think of a train or bus station—a place where we wait for a vehicle to come and take us to our destination....