Radiant Magazine (a publication of OSV) shared these two examinations of conscience for women during Holy Week. I thought they were so great, I had to share them with you to share with your parishioners.
Confession on a golf cart … the Lord’s Mercy knows no bounds!! How is your parish sharing the Lord with others?!
What if you did something different? What if you prayed in a place where most people aren’t doing that? What if you did something to share the Gospel that no one’s ever done before? What if that thing changed everything?
One of the most common things I hear from survey respondents is “where are the young families? children? next generation?” Many times the answer is “they’re struggling to figure out where they fit in the parish in the midst of everything else.” What if every parish did one new thing to help young families this year? What difference could we all make in the Church?
I love when an article online perfectly articulates what I’ve been thinking but can’t figure out how to say. Tom does this in a recent Aleteia article about millennials and Catholic parishes. What to do and what not to do, and it’s not what you think!
I know no one wants to think about it, but it’s almost here, again. As I write this post on the final day of January, an entire month (albeit the shortest one) and a short week are all that’s between me and Ash Wednesday. There is no shortage of articles online about what people can…
It’s Confession time … I read a lot of blogs, I watch a lot of Instagram stories, and I drink a lot of tea … oh, this isn’t “True Catholic Confessions”? You want me to save it for the confessional?