Browsing Everyday Evangelization
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 10/19/20
While watching the mass on EWTN last week, I was reminded of the strong pro-life messages throughout the word of God, old testament and new. How appropriate this is, since October is Respect Life Month in the Church! The mass readings on Tuesday October 6 contain two of the ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 9/28/20
What exactly is spiritual friendship? How is it different from regular friendships? Mary Poust in her book, “Walking Together Discovering the Catholic Tradition of Spiritual Friendship,” says spiritual friends are two people bound together by a love of God. They walk side by side with God always between them.
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Posted by Kathy Steiner on 9/21/20
Author Matthew Kelly asks “What does the world need now?
Holy moments! That’s all! History is a collection of holy and unholy moments. Our desire to see the world change is a desire to see the holy moments outweigh the unholy ones.
What is a holy moment? It ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 9/15/20
St. Paul Thess 5:16-17
How is it possible to pray without ceasing? Looking back over time every age has had to work hard to find time to worship and keep Christ at the center of their lives. In answer to Paul’s request the Church from early times created ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 9/08/20
To have Jesus as the center of our lives and to have a meaningful relationship with Him our souls must be as holy as possible. The purer our souls are the more Jesus can feel welcome there. Remember He asks us to follow Him and to deny ourselves. ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 8/31/20
What I Like About Being Catholic!
What is it that over 60 million Catholics really love about their faith?Here is a sampling of responses from famous and not so famous folksacross the U.S.A. Enjoy!
I like being Catholic the way I”like” having oxygen. I can’t imagine life being possible ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 8/24/20
When we hear this question that Jesus asked his apostles we might think “I wouldn’t want to be in their shoes.” Talk about being put on the spot. It’s like a friend asking you “What do you think of me?” Jesus really challenged them.
He started out innocently ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 8/17/20
Early Christians were admired and noticed by the pagans for their loving kindness to the poor and suffering. They stood out because they truly lived Christ’s command to “love one another.” The Pagans asked “What makes them like that?
Today the Church is under attack across this country ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 8/10/20
All of us want to know how to better follow God’s leadings, how to recognize His direction for us. I’m sure that many of us can point to an experience of His guiding us in one situation or another. It’s important for us to seek His will: He made ... Read More »
Posted by Kathy Steiner on 8/03/20
Fr. Mannon, a Catholic writer, challenges us to take very seriously adding a “spiritual stress workout” to our daily regimen for dealing with stress during this pandemic. Here are some exercise suggestions from the saints he recommends for staying spiritually healthy during these chaotic times. “Cast your cares ... Read More »