Is just out of this world.
The best thing of any world.
The doctrine of sin can be as devastating in the Church as in any individual's soul. In this new series we'll see just how sadly true that is.
Spotify | Stitcher | iTunes | TuneIn | Amazon | Google | Feedly | Anchor | RSS
Prayer was the foundational discipline for the leaders of the Celtic Revival. What can we learn from them to help our own prayers?
We need to be persuaded that creation and culture can lead us to a deeper knowledge of the Lord.
In Part 11 of The Story, our blank verse blended harmony of the gospels, Jesus brings the sermon on the mount to its conclusion, and the multitudes are astonished.
We begin a new series on understanding and caring for our soul. Here is Part 1 of "Soul-Keeping."
We all need poetry. We all have a calling to poetry. You need to identify yours.
We bring our story of Brendan the Navigator in this, Part 8 of Lives of Irish Saints.
Does God really speak to us through creation? Yes, He does, and in this new series we begin to consider how we can learn to meet God in the things He has made and grow to know, love, and serve Him more.
In Part 10 of The Story, our blank-verse blended harmony of the gospels, we begin the first of three parts on the Sermon on the Mount.
Knowing Jesus and suffering for Him go hand in hand.
Poetry has a calling on all our lives. Are we listening?
Although added much later than the original Confession, chapters 34 and 35 deal with important matters in the life of faith.
Brendan's first voyage on the sea took him to many places, but not the one he sought.
In Hymn 7 of The Pearl, Ephrem sees in the pearl's cloudiness the beclouding efforts of the devil, and he exposes them to view.