Great Holiday Expectations

Posted by Timothy Pisacich on Nov 26, 2019 7:02:00 AM

Like the majority of Thanksgivings since I moved from the east coast to South Bend for grad school, I will be away from my family. In response to my absence, I will once again call home, be placed on speaker phone and passed around the table while I do my best to hear the person on the line. My initial plea, “No, not speaker phone,” is most often lost in the shuffle.

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Topics: healing, family, holidays, Thanksgiving

Three stages of encountering God in prayer

Posted by Katie Diltz on Jun 19, 2019 7:00:00 AM

The busier I become, the more I’m tempted to rush or even decrease my prayer time. But whenever I do this, I neglect the real purpose of my prayer: to set aside time and space to connect with or encounter God.

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Topics: healing, penance, prayer

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