“We make our friends, we make our enemies, but God makes our next-door neighbor.”
At Grandparents Day at my grandchildren’s school, a grandmother softly spoke to me about her four grandchildren. Her two oldest grandsons, now teenagers, seldom visit her, she said, and the parents of her two youngest…
Every day, families have opportunities to exemplify Christian stewardship by being generous and kind toward one another.
Our true wealth, our Catholic faith, is our heritage; our hope is that our faith will remain with our descendants.
Giving alms is the way that we, the children of God, imitate God’s generosity.
Prayer fits all sizes. No delivery fee. No gift-wrapping required. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Stewardship says that we are called to a way of life that is our “disciple’s response.”
We can’t get inside another’s mind and heart unless we can see and feel things as he does. That’s where a merciful steward should begin.
I can say with certainty that traveling on I-70 eastward toward St. Louis is a trial for a person seeking inner peace.
If being a Christian steward means being perfect, then I am not one. I need forgiveness every single day of my life.