On the New Apostolic Exhortation

By Glen Argan, Interim Editor of Living with Christ Pope Francis has repeatedly shown himself to be a pontiff who does not pontificate. Rather, he is the world’s and the […]

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God’s Redeeming Power: A Lenten Reflection

Matthew Sottile, Editor The 5th Sunday of Lent. Time feels as if it’s flying, as March has ended without so much as a warning. April’s first Gospel of the month […]

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2017 Review – Language of the Heart (Revised Edition)

By Anne Louise Mahoney Noel Cooper, Language of the Heart: How to Read the Bible – A User’s Guide for Catholics Revised edition (Novalis, 2017) One Valentine’s Day, when my […]

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The Presentation of the Lord

By Anne Louise Mahoney, Editor The Bible is short on details when it comes to Jesus’ early life. In fact, Luke’s gospel covers Jesus’ first 12 years in a mere […]

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Not with blows, but with charity: Remembering St. John Bosco

Natalia Kononenko, Editor of Living with Christ “Not with blows, but with charity…” Today we celebrate the feast of St. John Bosco, widely known as Don Bosco. Among other things, […]

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St. John of the Cross

By Anne Louise Mahoney, Editor Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield recently published a book for children called The Darkest Dark. It turns out that this intrepid spaceman was once afraid of […]

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Portraits of Faith: Where Would I Be without God? An Incredible Journey

The following is an excerpt from one of our new Fall 2016 titles, Portraits of Faith: Young Adult Catholics Share Their Stories. This book contains a collection of 15 essays by young Catholics […]

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Remembering Henri Nouwen on his 20th Anniversary

By Joseph Sinasac, Publishing Director Henri Nouwen devotees everywhere will recall this day 20 years ago: It was when we heard the news that this spiritual thinker par excellence had […]

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