This may be a little TMI (too much information), but the best ideas come to me while in the shower.
I encourage you to ask your chaplains to submit newsletter articles, an annual report, to preach or assist in the rites and sacraments of the Church.
Social psychologist Brené Brown writes about the Rising Strong process as one where we walk into our stories and own them and rumble with them.
The 2017 theme for International Women’s Day is #BeBoldForChange.
In a profession in which so little is ever "done," I confess to finding a small pleasure in at least one task a week that I could finish.
What we measure matters. “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also,” Jesus said.
God's spirit acts in unexpected ways when we simply let the ancient stories of the Bible be stories that speak God's truth to us in our moment.
In the midst of the Advent Season, often we find ourselves shopping, wrapping, baking, running errands … not necessarily pondering the incarnation.
Yes. From what I’ve seen and experienced, we are too focused on being nice to each other, and not focused enough on loving each other and the world
David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk who has spent decades studying and practicing gratitude, says that “happiness doesn’t make you grateful; gratefulness makes you happy.”