These meditations can help us surrender our fears, anxieties, and even our dreams so that we can embrace the only thing we really need: God’s love.
Patience can only be found when we respond to frustration with love, mercy, and compassion.
Our wounds are marks of holiness.
Our response to DACA reveals more about our image of God and the Kingdom of Heaven than we might think.
To be the person God imagines us to be, we have to be free. These meditations will help us practice freedom, allowing us to see that the kingdom of heaven is indeed at hand.
When we recognize that everything changes- and that nothing is permanent, then it's easy to be patient.
St. Ignatius of Loyola taught that we can find God in all things. That means I can find God in an Iron Maiden song. Here's how.
Today's practice in mindfulness will help free you from thoughts, opinions, and ideas that prevent you from showing love, mercy, and compassion toward others.
Meditation is not always stationary. Today's meditation is an exercise!
The journey toward God leads us toward our true self—the person God imagines you to be. But this journey never follows a straight path. These meditations help you keep your focus on your final destination.
Our spiritual journeys will lead us to some strange places. These places are the most sacred.
What kind of home do we make for God? These meditations help us make space for the Holy Spirit. They offer us lessons on how to be welcoming and inviting—not only to God but also to our neighbors.
Compassion is an act of hospitality. How do you welcome another person's pain and suffering?
St. Peter Claver teaches me that love calls me to welcome others as they are, regardless of my feelings toward them.
We can only know God through the act of loving. These meditations help us experience God's love in our life. Love, as St. Paul describes, is a new way of living that allows us to find God in all things.
Today's difficult meditation asks you to examine whether you would prefer to be an agent of God's wrath or God's mercy.
The purpose of meditation is to help us extend love, kindness, and compassion to all people, especially those in harms way.
The question is not what you do with your blessings. The question is how do your blessings lead you to love?