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Elizabeth Ann Seton: A Profoundly Human Saint

By Elizabeth Bookser Barkley

Daughter, wife, mother, widow, friend—all of these describe this first American-born saint.

St. Elizabeth Seton: Mother to Many

By Judith Metz, S.C.

This year, Sisters and Daughters of Charity throughout the United States are celebrating 200 years of living the vision of their foundress.


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Laughter: A Survival Gift From God
The Good Book reminds us that laughter is good for our bodies and our souls. By Mary Jo Dangel

Retired RVers Volunteer at Arizona Monastery
These retirees combine camping with work, prayer, fun and friendship at a Benedictine monastery in the Arizona desert. By Judy Schueneman

My Journey With Multiple Sclerosis
MS forced this busy wife and mother to slow down. And in that quiet, she found the peaceful assurance of God. By Barbara Hosbach

Fiction: Heart and Soul
If you’re lost, being found is all that matters. By John Ouellet



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