Today’s Life Changing Book is “A Father Who Keeps His Promises” by Scott Hahn. It’s an Advent must-read as we recall God’s promises in scripture.
There’s power in hospitality. Don’t underestimate the impact your welcoming attitude, decorations, and preparations can have on those you share the holidays with.
As we make our way through Advent toward the holy event of the birth of Jesus, we find the days and the world becoming darker.
No matter how hopeless things seem, no matter how silly it may feel, choose to believe. God does remain in control.
As we begin Advent, what can we learn from the Annunciation? As you struggle with problems and challenges, realize that God’s solution already exists.
The things we truly we need, after our bodily needs of food, water, clothing and shelter are met are these: to feel loved, to find meaning and to have hope.
When it comes to cultivating virtues, I could make a strong case that nearly every virtue will contribute to your happiness. Humility, the foundational virtue is indispensable…and yet so hard to maintain and cultivate.
As we move through Advent toward entering into this mystery at Christmas, let’s take some time to be quiet. Let’s take some time to review our own life circumstances through a Divine lens.
“Wait for me!” This was an appeal I often made to the other kids as one of the youngest growing up on my street.
It’s Advent once again. As we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus, we naturally turn to Scripture and the Nativity story. As one of the mysteries we meditate upon in the Rosary, the story of the Nativity offers us so much to contemplate. I always like to pray for...
Allison Ricciardi shares her Advent meditations to carry you through a joyous and blessed Christmas season. Do you ask for the same three virtues?