During the holidays, many people get involved in giving and serving. Does it have to end with the season? And how can we give so that it truly benefits others?
We may not all score above 130 on an IQ test, but so many of us have our own genius, in our own way…
It was a hot day, and driving the bumpy road was painful. Then I noticed the driver looked tired — could he be needing some water?
Recovery, relapse, recovery… and then? There is no cure for addiction, but treatment is possible
Gospel-based rehab: there are 100 Farms of Hope worldwide, and now there are plans for one of these rehabilitation centers in the U.S., too
Meeting the needs of two neighbors as a Eucharistic minister…
Religious minorities seek refuge in Northern Iraq and Jordan, tensions remain in Gaza — yet in the war-torn Middle East, there are people of all faiths promoting peace.
Why do we always need up-to-the-minute detailed forecasts? Do we want to keep everything under control?
More moms are breadwinners, and more dads are staying home. It seems to be a modern model, but it’s not easy. Here is the experience of a family who is trying it out.
What law school doesn’t prepare lawyers for is dealing with mental illness in court. Judge David Shaheed shares about his search for alternative solutions.