Like the gardener of the Gospel story who pleads for one more year to make a tree fruitful, so we are called to try new approaches on our path to holiness. See this package of resources from our partner, Catholic News Service.
Ways to accompany hurting people: A spirituality
When all our efforts fail, we can feel disheartened and surrender hope. But David Gibson suggests we consider God’s ways and let go of our self-sufficiency. If we start to listen in prayer, we will be surprised.
God says yes to our biggest questions
Will I be happy? Will I be loved? Am I capable? Am I worthy? These are the questions college students face, and a young campus minister helps them to hear God while walking with Christ to his cross.
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