Being like Jesus
Most people have never heard of Jan, but you know his most famous disciple: the young man ordained on All Saints' Day back in 1946. His name was Karol. As in Wojtyla. Now Pope St. John Paul II.
What is the power of one discipler? It’s the power to change the world.
Pope Francis' visit moved many hearts with his attentiveness to people, and Mother Teresa had a similar awareness of people. So what's stopping us from being a witness, what's blocking our awareness?
Why is it that God’s time so rarely matches up with what we want in our lives? But we can’t “just wait.” We need to prepare too.
How are artists supposed to navigate between these two worlds? The problem at the root of this question is the assumption that we are supposed to separate them.
The problem lies in our view of intimacy — and intimacy is so much more profound than just sex.
St. Thomas Aquinas calls St. Mary Magdalene the “apostle to the Apostles.” And she's a stellar role model when it comes to learning how women can change the world in a unique, dynamic way.
Martha doesn’t get that Jesus wants her to be interiorly at His feet, undisturbed by how much seems to be on her shoulders — finally able to move those dang mountains by His power instead of her own.
Evangelization is a huge buzzword these days...but most of us don’t quite know what that means practically. So if you’re not sure how, we’ve got 10 practical tips for you!
I remember looking at the girls with me. Our disbelieving eyes met as if to say, “Is this honestly happening right now?” Funnily enough, it WAS.
Whether you’ll be living with one roommate, or two — or more — here are some tips for successfully living in each other’s space!
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Since the pontificates of Pope Paul VI and John Paul II, the Roman Catholic Church has been commissioned to engage and embrace the world with God's message of love once more with ‘new methods, new ardor and new expression.’ It has come to be phrased, 'the new evangelization.'
For FOCUS, this means meeting college students across the nation where they are and challenging them to examine the meaning and purpose of their lives. Through personal relationships and friendship, we offer college students the true peace and fulfillment they seek in the good news of Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Catholic faith, inviting them to answer His calling in their lives.
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