Life can be hard, and there are real struggles and suffering that will be faced. However, the gift of life far outweighs any difficulty that we may ever have. No one ever said life will be easy, but it is always worth it.
“The Via Lucis is a potential stimulus for the restoration of a “culture of life” which is open to the hope and certitude offered by faith, in a society often characterized by a “culture of death”, despair, and nihilism.” Learn more about this Easter meditation!
“When I was 14, I got a weekend job at a dining and banquet hall called Eddie Whipps. Ten years later, I am still working there on the side. This is not about me or the waitressing job itself. It is about seeing people who have demonstrated how to respect and cherish all lives, offering an invitation to live out prolife values in ordinary and small ways.” Our newest blog comes from Katie, a support crew missionary, who invites us to be pro-life in the “small things.”
So far in this 4-part blog series, we’ve learned about the adventure of being on mission, the problem we seek to change and the solution
The Problem Right now in this country, in our neighborhoods, cities, and small towns, there is a woman struggling with an unplanned, difficult, at-risk or
When we last left Griffin’s testimony, he had committed to year 3 with Biking for Babies, had just decided to take his turn on the bike for the National Ride, and had just quit his job at St. Bernard’s for a new opportunity. His “God doing His thing” count? 11. Let’s pick back up.
Woah. I blink, and all of a sudden I’m about to do my fifth year with Biking for Babies. That’s nuts y’all (this is your
“The world offers you comfort. But you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness.” ~ Pope Benedict
What does Adventure have to do with greatness? Everything.
Y’all, God comes into the midst of this community and helps us to recognize that each of the incredible people who are a part of this organization are gifts just as they are. And if that doesn’t say “Culture of Life,” then I just don’t know what does.
It is time for the “maybe” generation to say “yes” and mean it. It is what Christ asked of His earliest disciples and it should not shock us that He is asking us the same thing now.