Are you ready to ‘wake up’?

Develop the habit of distinguishing between two inspirations leading in opposite directions

By Father William Watson

In previous columns, we’ve discussed how God (the divine-inspirer) and the enemy of human nature (the counter-inspirer) are both untiringly ambitious over how our story unfolds.

Make the ordinary extraordinary

Guided by Scripture, prayer, the sacraments and the Holy Spirit, ordinary events lead us to a life of grace and virtue

By Msgr. Brian Bransfield

Being spiritual does not mean walking on a cloud three feet above the ground. Being spiritual is very down to earth. Spirituality means doing everything we ordinarily do — stopping at the supermarket, picking up the dry cleaning, filling the car with gas — knowing that God is never far away.

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