November is the month the Church remember the souls of those who have died. Today on the blog, Nannet Horton offers 5 ways we can pray for these souls as a family.
The Well is a vibrant women's ministry rooted in prayer, evangelization, and charitable action. We exist to gather women together, to celebrate spiritual friendships, and to build up the local Catholic community. Just as the Samaritan woman encountered Jesus at a well, we pray the work of this ministry opens doors to a deeper and sustained encounter with Jesus for those who gather with us.
This week on the blog, Heidi Lepper Barrett uses a fun play on words to help us see how our thought patterns can lead to too much self-reliance.
The Daily Examen is a way to prayerfully reflect upon the events of each day. This post includes a free printable of the “Five Daily R’s” of an examen.
October 15 is the National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Today a new blogger for The Well, Carly Hood-Mahoney shares her very honest and personal experience with miscarriage.
In a most creative piece of writing, Nannet Horton shares words of inspiration given to her by St. Teresa of Avila.
In this episode of The Water Jar podcast, special guest Janet Paulson shares on a variety of topics from spiritual direction, the Ignatian spiritual exercises, how to pray a daily examen, and the importance of spiritual mentors in our daily faith journey.
October is the month of of the Holy Rosary and today is the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. To celebrate, Kristi Quinlan shares 5 ways to live this most beautiful prayer.
This week on the blog, Katie Sample explains how God used a little white duck to get her attention.
In honor of St. Padre Pio’s feast day, here’s one small thing to do today.
“I want you to show tenderness through my tenderness toward you.” This week of the blog, Heidi Lepper Barrett explains how allowing God to soften our hearts can help us share His tenderness with others.