As I was gathering news to write this column, it struck me that, while we continued to live our Nazareth life, the main events that...

We have had an unusually mild autumn and as I write this, almost in mid-October, the leaves are at the peak of their colors. There...

We have just celebrated August 15th, the feast of the Assumption. At Madonna House, this is a joyous feast, a glorious feast, the highlight of...

Ever since its beginning, people have come to Madonna House, whether they’ve known it or not, searching for God. But not all their stories are...

As I write this, it is early summer—a summer which so far is what I, for one, would call a “real summer.” That is, hot—including...

‘Twas the day before Lent, and all through St. Mary’s (the smaller community within MH Combermere) there was great rejoicing. It wasn’t the enjoy-yourself-before-Lent kind...

Even in January, which at Madonna House is usually what journalists would call a low-news month, our life continues to be varied, full, and challenging. Well,...

As it does every year, it feels strange to be writing this column for the February issue for the time-frame covering Advent and Christmastime. But...