Across a crowded dance floor, a man catches a glimpse of a beautiful woman. He feels attracted to her, even though he does not know her name or anything about her.
It is amazing how children raised in the same family, by the same parents, in the same manner, can develop totally different personalities.
Many hymns honor the Holy Trinity verse by verse. Perhaps you will sing one of them this week, when we celebrate Trinity Sunday.
It’s amazing how a simple phrase can change its meaning completely when it appears in a different context.
The Vatican recently issued an instruction which reaffirmed the traditional formula for baptism:
An after-dinner speech can too easily interfere with the digestion and interrupt a much-needed nap.
One of the clichés spread by self-help circles holds that people already know most of the things they need to know.
In this Sunday’s Gospel reading, Jesus identifies himself as a gate for the sheep.
Business or pleasure? That question often greets a person going on a trip in our day and age.
When I write the initial draft for my column, it often exceeds the word limit.