The heavy exhale. The almost lifeless body beneath the covers. You beg, you plead, you offer the ultimatum that threatens a loss of phone or Xbox or car.
Author Archives: Mark Hart
The parish “youth room” was filled to capacity. The middle schoolers were engaged and joyful. The teens listened to the teaching for the night and then dove into prayer. The Holy Spirit was present and moved hearts. God was moving. …
Swaddled tightly beneath a star-blanketed Bethlehem sky, God breathed with gentle power. The acceptable time had come. The prophecies were now—at last—fulfilled. The Creator had “entered” creation on a mission of love, and for the next three decades, peace and…
On the holy feast of All Saints Day we herald and celebrate our older brothers and sisters in the faith who have victoriously attained the crown of righteousness
The Rosary is my favorite Bible study. It’s far more than a form of prayer, it’s a deeply scriptural, contemplative, and interactive study.
A quick glance at the fourth Gospel offers a stunning revelation about not only Christ’s oneness with the Father but, also, the intimacy and life we are offered through his Spirit.
St. John’s Gospel is the deepest. It will immerse you into the Church’s tradition by inviting you ever deeper into the heart of the Sacraments.