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Give the Lord the day and ask God to help you...

Psalm 30 tells us a great deal about morning: "At dusk weeping comes for the night; but at dawn there is rejoicing." Everybody loves a...

‘Discipline’ gave Holy Cross Father LeRoy ‘Clem’ Clementich 96 healthy, productive...

When Clem first arrived in Anchorage, Alaska, in 1993, some might have mistaken him for a senior citizen. A Holy Cross priest, Father LeRoy Clementich...

Among the generous attitudes of Americans should be an effort to...

When we first moved to Omaha, Nebraska, 10 years ago, my husband was in a store's parking lot trying to squeeze a purchase for...

Some good news — Yard by yard, life is hard; inch...

Ready for some good news? Who isn't? Just a quick look at headlines during the past few days is sobering. With our first cup of coffee...

Dwelling on past sins prevents us from exploring God’s desire for...

When my granddaughter Alice was just months old, she would lie on a blanket, surrounded by a plastic toy structure that had colorful objects...

Jesus demonstrates lightheartedness should be part of our faith journey —...

My friend Sam, 7 years old, lived on a tree-lined street in an old neighborhood. One day, when out playing, Sam (name changed to protect...

Can’t sleep? ‘Don’t worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of...

When I was a little girl, my dad would tell me, "Don't take your troubles to bed with you." I was an inveterate worrier....

Follow the example of our elders and care for the earth...

In 1891, Pope Leo XIII articulated his vision of Catholic social teaching impacting the affairs of our world. Like Jesus, who entered the world...

For those who have experienced a broken heart, Lent holds promise...

As we move through the second half of Lent, I keep returning to something I saw on Twitter: "Lent is a season for the...

St. Peter is a good figure to accompany our Lent —...

My faith-sharing group decided that we would each describe a person who inspires us. This could be a figure from the Gospels, perhaps a...

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