“Today, the homely hero of ‘Horton Hatches The Egg’ feels like a symbol of what we are sorely lacking in a culture that sets us up to be flighty and fickle.”
Homelessness is on the rise in greater Minnesota with a 32 percent increase between 2019 and 2020.
In this time of globalization, and with Pope Francis reminding us to remember that justice isn’t just a local issue, my bed sheet set took my thoughts a world away.
“We wait in joyful hope and ask, ‘Will it happen tomorrow?’ And we pray diligently that we will welcome the coming of our savior with hearts ready for his return.”
Joseph, Mary and Jesus are models of how our domestic churches should operate: with humility, sacrifice and service.
Minnesota Catholic Conference weighs in on predatory lending and legalizing vice to make ends meet.
“For us, as the days of this pandemic are largely indistinguishable and called Blursday by many people I know, Groundhog Day, the day and the film, can be both a teachable moment and moment of grace.”
“What happens when our home no longer feels like a sanctuary? What happens when the cares of school and work can no longer be left behind but are ever-present as long as there are phones and laptops in the same space?”