As we enter both into Lent and into these last weeks of winter, there can be a weariness in our spirits. We long for the signs of new life that come with the Spring and we long for the celebration of the Resurrection at Easter.
Not surprisingly, science confirms what we know as Christians to be true: gratitude is a virtue, a good habit, that if cultivated over time, makes us happier, healthier and, we might add, holier.
The daily life we live, apparently so ordinary, can be a path to sanctity
Living a Catholic Way of Life (stewardship) allows us to cultivate gratitude and trust and bears the fruit of joy in our lives.
Sometimes it is easiest to describe what something is by stating what it is NOT. Stewardship is not merely . .