Spirit Matters columns
Spirit Matters: Regardless of your faith or spiritual tradition, or lack thereof, there is something deep inside us that knows it is not alright to kill another human being.
Spirit Matters: In case you haven’t noticed it yet, our world, and every little thing in it, is starved — emaciated — for love.
Spirit Matters: We don’t all have to believe the same things in order to learn from one another, or to experience similar spiritual realities.
April 29 is the memorial of St. Catherine of Siena, a Doctor of the Church, which means her writings and teachings particularly capture the heart of Christianity.
Spirit Matters: Our lives can be so much richer
Spirit Matters: Have there ever been any words written or spoken more heartbreaking than these?
Spirit Matters: One of my life’s purposes is to bring color to my life and the world around me, in whatever way I can.
With spring’s slow arrival, I am more than eager for this year’s lush vegetation to blossom and grow.
Spirit Matters: A new day has come
Spirit Matters: In memory of long-time Times editor Mike Murphy
Spirit Matters: Sometimes there are words, phrases and verses that follow you throughout your life.
Lent began this week with the annual marking of the ashes on Ash Wednesday.
Spirit Matters: Living the paradigm of the heart
Spirit Matters: A little wonder, awe and mystery never hurt anyone
Spirit Matters: Put a little love in your heart