quotes

The Joy of the Mundane

In my recent reading, I’ve been reveling in R. Scott Hurd’s When Faith Feels Fragile: Help for the Wary, Weak, and Wandering (Pauline Books & Media, 2013). The chapters are short (read-in-5-minutes short) and yet, Hurd packs a punch. I’ve dog-eared and highlighted and longed to reprint large sections. Today, in light of the Advent coming and a feeling of general […]

St. John Neumann

Daily Catholic Quote from St. John Neumann, Bishop

“Everyone who breathes, high and low, educated and ignorant, young and old, man and woman, has a mission, has a work. We are not sent into this world for nothing; we are not born at random; we are not here, that we may go to bed at night, and get up in the morning, toil for our bread, eat and […]

St. John Neumann

Daily Catholic Quote from St. John Neumann, Bishop

“Everyone who breathes, high and low, educated and ignorant, young and old, man and woman, has a mission, has a work. We are not sent into this world for nothing; we are not born at random; we are not here, that we may go to bed at night, and get up in the morning, toil for our bread, eat and […]

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Daily Catholic Quote from St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

“The first end I propose in our daily work is to do the will of God; secondly, to do it in the manner he wills it; and thirdly, to do it because it is his will.” (St. Elizabeth Ann Seton) Please help us in our mission to assist readers to integrate their Catholic faith, family and work. Tell your family […]

Daily Quote from the Catechism on the Media

CCC 2496 “The means of social communication (especially the mass media) can give rise to a certain passivity among users, making them less than vigilant consumers of what is said or shown. Users should practice moderation and discipline in their approach to the mass media. They will want to form enlightened and correct consciences the more easily to resist unwholesome […]