Trust is a beautiful but very delicate virtue. It is a gentle offshoot of faith. Trust begins when reason as we understand it—that is, the...

In this diary entry from December 1934, Catherine Doherty shows that she had the same kind of struggles as the rest of us. She was...

Slowly, we begin to understand that the Catholic faith is not only a matter of attending Mass on Sundays and doing the bare minimum our...

Sometimes the ways of the Lord are strange—strange to every one of us. We are offered the opportunity to preach the Gospel without compromise quietly,...

Deserts, silence, and solitudes are not necessarily places but states of mind and heart. These deserts can be found in the midst of the city,...