While sharing Easter with guests of different faiths and backgrounds, a surprising event demonstrates how Easter is the greatest rescue of all.
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.
“Parents have the most influence on the spiritual and religious development of their children.” Nannet Horton provides 8 simple ways to pass on to children knowledge of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
Lent is right around the corner. Nannet Horton offers us 5 steps to prepare our hearts for Lent.
2020 challenged many of us in mind, body, and spirit. In her latest blog post for The Well, Nannet Horton provides insight on how we can foster the virtue of perseverance in the new year.
“When in your life did you know God was present but just couldn’t see or understand what was happening at the time?” On The Well’s latest blog post, Katie Sample reflects on how we can often miss God’s presence.
“After lighting the rose-colored candle on the Advent wreath, we may be tempted to ignore the significance of the final purple-colored candle.” Are you truly prepared for Christmas? Nannet Horton explores what preparations may still need to be made.
“What does my heart look like?” Have you asked yourself this question lately?
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.
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.