"I can't help but wonder if these similarities I see between St. Joseph and my husband are a subtle call to reflect on the greater life of a saint, whose purpose was to care for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of Our Savior. I can't help but wonder if these similarities I am recognizing are also not a subtle call to reflect on the greater contribution my husband plays in our marriage - the role he plays, and the way in which he answers the call to love me, as Christ loved His Church." The Feast of St. Joseph last week sparked this thought on my vocation of marriage.
A common misconception about the Catholic faith is the belief Catholics worship saints. Worship is designated for God alone. Instead, Catholics believe saints are those people whose souls have made it to Heaven, to live with God. Their lives, while on earth, were so radical and awesome, they were able to receive God's mercy at death, … Continue reading Happy Fathers’ Day!