Maria-Pia Negro Chin

Before this year’s March for Life, seven major Catholic organizations sent a letter to the president and congressional leaders asking them “to prioritize human life and to promote policies that will enable life to flourish.”

Last year, I saw a youth group doing an interesting exercise in trust. A few teenagers were using their jackets as blindfolds as their group partner guided their walk around the church’s garden back to their meeting room.

The idea was for some of the teenagers to learn to guide others, while the other party learned to trust and accept help from their peers. It ultimately showed how accepting God’s loving help, even when we can’t see the path we are supposed to follow, will lead us to where we are supposed to be.

Sunday, 25 December 2016 17:25

Do your best to reach 2017 resolutions

By now, you’ve probably seen the heartwarming Polish Christmas ad that has been watched more than 12 million times. It’s the tale of an aging man trying to learn English alone at home, labeling household objects with Post-its before taking a trip to the UK and ... well actually, it’s probably best if you watch the video at (warning, there is some strong language at the 1:30 mark).

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