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Faith

Aging Gracefully

by Susan Muto Aging gracefully is life’s favorite way of awakening in us a renewed appreciation for the richness of the ordinary. The older we become, the more we appreciate the fact that life unfolds day by day with moments we treasure,…

Moving from fear to faith

By Gary Zimak Even though this message appears hundreds of times in the Bible, we frequently brush it off as being impractical. Instead, we become so overwhelmed with the daily challenges of life that we abandon all hope of finding peace.…

How I got saved

by Daria Sockey Protestant friends sometimes ask me when I got saved, was born again, or accepted Jesus as my personal savior. This starts a discussion where we define terms, parse Scripture, and make theological distinctions. But I think…

There’s God in them moments

by Matt Archbold There’s an older woman at my parish. She attends daily morning Mass, leads the rosary, and heads up half the committees. She’s the one you ask to pray for a sick relative and you feel better because now you’re sure God…

Learning to Walk on Water

By Gary Zimak It’s easy to trust God when all is going well. During those “blue sky” periods, we typically don’t spend too much time analyzing our faith. It’s a different story, however, when we are faced with an unexpected storm. We are…