Gratitude. We are invited each year, with the celebration of Thanksgiving, to reflect on the many things we are thankful for: family, friends, faith, health, finances and the list goes on.
Though change is difficult to many, we will hopefully have learned to have an openness, an acceptance and an understanding to new and loving ways of thinking, acting and relating to God, ourselves and others.
This year’s MEA weekend destination was Bemidji. Emma, our oldest, goes to Bemidji State University so that little detail was a factor in our decision. It was last year at this time that I experienced Bemidji for the first time ever. Unreal, right? I just always gravitated to the North Shore whenever I vacationed prior […]
All Saints Day, Nov. 1, is a feast day to honor blessed people who could not be included in the church’s formal list of saints. But also of great importance was the day before it, Oct. 31, which was a traditional pagan harvest feast day.
With health conscious consumers are demanding high-protein foods, especially in snacks, responding to these market expectations is a smart move by farmers.
Our society is failing to get to the bottom of the issues and unless we address these problems with an eye to the whole of the human person — a union of body and soul made for relationship with God and others — change will not come.
As she did 100 years ago when she appeared to the shepherd children at Fatima, Mary asks for our prayers.
Combating racial disparities will require overcoming policies championed by both the political right and left that entrench established ideological and economic power structures. In other words, it requires the wisdom of Catholic social teaching.
It is revealing how a young person — without as much time here on earth and years of experience we adults have — has the wisdom and understands the importance of being attentive to the people around them and inevitably finding happiness for themselves and others by this awareness.