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Single life has its perks, but it can also be a real struggle. The joy of freedom is often accompanied by loneliness and the desire to explore is often countered by the need to have a “home base.” Catholic singles may feel isolated in a culture of quick hook-ups. We are looking for something deeper, [...]Read More...
Sheila Liaugminas — Breakthrough
When discreet encounters with spiritual things get insinuated into your everyday life frequently over a few years, you don’t really notice that something is happening to direct your attention toward the transcendent, the divine. You only see that with perfect hindsight. Which happened to me on an otherwise ordinary day when something routine became an extraordinary catalyst that brought it all together, in the span of a few hours.
Thirty-three years ago today, St. Pope John Paul II was shot in St. Peter's square in Rome. May his example of forgiveness inspire us to live more charitably each day. #StJohnPaulII
Daughter of the King
On the feast of Fatima, May 13, 1981 – Saint John Paul the Great was shot. Let’s all give thanks to God for saving him!! What would the world have been like if we missed the last two decades of his...
Pope John Paul II & Mehmet ali Ağca, 1983
I have a copy of this photo framed on my desk at home. It reminds me what human goodness can be devined from God. The picture shows Pope John Paul II with Mehmet ali Ağca, who, on 13 May 1981, severely wounded John Paul during an attempt to assassinate him in Rome. Following the shooting, John Paul asked the world to "Pray for my brother (Ağca), whom I have sincerely forgiven." Two days after Christmas 1983, John Paul II visited the prison where his would-be assassin was being…
Maltz Museum features exhibition on Pope John Paul II: Global Village
In a celebration of interfaith understanding and unity, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood is presenting an exhibition focused on the life of Pope John Paul II.