Faith Strong Enough to Save a City

Written on June 27, 2016 by Sister Ann Shields

By Sr. Ann Shields, SGL About a month ago, I was invited to speak at a Catholic Charismatic Conference in Poland.  Having been to that country twice before, I was also curious to see a part of Poland I had not seen in previous trips. This time, I was near the Russian border in the […]

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Grodi’s New Book Encourages Detachment

Written on June 23, 2016 by Renewal Ministries Staff

Ralph Martin recently shared with our staff a link to an article Marcus Grodi shared with him about Marcus’ newest book, Life from Our Land: The Search for a Simpler Life in a Complex World, published by Ignatius Press. When we read the article, we couldn’t help but agree with what Marcus said in his […]

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Mercy, Marriage, and the Holy Spirit

Written on June 20, 2016 by Kathleen Kittle

Kathleen Kittle, Renewal Ministries’ missions and conference administrator, authors today’s post about a recent experience that she considers “an overflow of grace” from the Renewal Ministries’ Gathering in April. Shortly before the Gathering, I attended a talk by Teresa Tomeo and her husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore, on the topic of Mercy in Marriage. The couple’s […]

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Grief: Handling Our Own, Supporting Others

Written on June 16, 2016 by Renewal Ministries Staff

We often receive letters from people who appreciate Sr. Ann Shield’s daily radio program, Food for the Journey. They often comment on her compassion and gentleness. Those qualities of Sr. Ann’s shine through in a special way in her newest Faith Magazine article, Comfort the Sorrowful. Grief is hard both for the person experiencing it […]

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A Christian’s True Mission: Becoming A Saint

Written on June 13, 2016 by Renewal Ministries Staff

We at Renewal Ministries often share quotes with each other that speak to our hearts or encourage us in our work of serving the Lord. Ralph Martin recently shared the following quote from Fr. Henri de Lubac, SJ: It is not the proper duty of Christianity to form leaders—that is builders of the temporal, although a […]

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