We embark on the journey to Emmaus which is the journey to nowhere. But it is precisely at that point when we are sinking, when nowhere is better than this place, the point of going to nowhere, that the Risen Lord enters the story.
In the popular lore of America, George Washington remains the pivotal figure in the foundation of the identity of America, and the idea of the Republic being one nation under God, and being one of prayer, is not without critics. Similarly contested is a story of George Washington at Valley Forge, where he received a […]
This second Sunday of Easter has matured in our spiritual consciousness as Divine Mercy Sunday. In the second reading of this liturgy, St. Peter praises God, who has given us, thanks to His mercy, a new birth. God’s mercy is a birthing process. It’s like a mother bringing forth a new baby. When Peter writes […]
For many Catholics, these Sacraments are not presently available. However, what better tribute would it be to pay to God’s Mercy than to trust that Jesus is not hindered by any circumstance from visiting a soul who appeals to His Mercy?
Peter covers 8 (non religious) reasons why the Resurrection should be believed. The guest is the author of Amazing Grace For Mothers.
Peter reflects on Christ’s suffering vs. ours. Part 2 of interview with Tony Agnesi.