“By flipping our mind and heart switches, we can embrace opportunities to squander time together.” For some of us, wasting time with loved ones is a lost art. On the blog today, Nannet Horton shares 7 simple ways to squander time.
This week on the blog, Nannet Horton reflects on what it really means when we make an of spiritual communion.
As we approach the Feast of the Ascension this Sunday, Stacy Halbach ponders four ideas that can help us on our mission to go make disciples, quarantine style.
May is Mental Health Awareness month which is timely in our current situation of facing the unknown daily. Today, Cindy Clefisch reflects on her own journey with depression and anxiety and a reminder of what God promises.
It is still the Easter season and so in The Well’s latest blog post, Nannet Horton reflects on this and how “The small deaths we suffer through life losses can be occasions for new life…”
“Feeling ex-communicated and bitter at big tech for driving how we communicate these days, the last thing I wanted to do that Sunday morning was passively watch Mass livestreamed on the Internet … but in between garbled bits of streaming audio, the priest said something I needed to hear AND miraculously heard it.” In her latest post for The Well, Lisa Schmidt invites us to consider how this time in history is like the long road to Emmaus.
This week in our What I’m Pondering series, Becca Bahl ponders what she has found during this time of social distancing and change.
“And in that moment I could hear Mary offering me a gentle encouragement: give Jesus His crown back.” Mary Conway shares her latest insights into a May unlike any other.
We are launching a new series at The Well called “What I’m Pondering.” Various women will drop by and share what’s on their hearts and minds and invite you to ponder along. Lisa Schmidt, The Well’s founder and executive director, kicks off the series by pondering walk-up songs. Read all about it and share ideas for your favorite walk-up songs!
“Staying home all day every day is not what even the most introverted home-body among us would want. St. Therese, on the other hand, fought to enter the small convent in Lisieux…Why? Because Christ was inviting her to union with him there.” In this special blog post, Kristi Quinlan ponders what St.Therese can teach us about our current call to stay within our four walls.