Frassati Reflection: Martyrdom of St. Isaac Jogues

Exciting announcement: the new Frassati Reflections website is live! If you want to check out some other great writers from the Frassati Fellowship of NYC, head over there and subscribe. These reflections will be cross posted there as well. I tell you, my friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body but … More Frassati Reflection: Martyrdom of St. Isaac Jogues

Frassati Reflection: “In Bitterness Is My Joy”

Today’s readings may seem a little harsh: God putting Job in his place, Jesus proclaiming woe to those who reject Him. Why would God point out Job’s insignificance and insufficiencies when he is already experiencing so much suffering? Becoming aware of our own weaknesses is, in fact, a grace. It can be a struggle, too, … More Frassati Reflection: “In Bitterness Is My Joy”

Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 11: Catholic Women Speak to the Church in Crisis

Catholic Women’s Forum, “Letter to Pope Francis from Catholic Women”: We write to you, Holy Father, to pose questions that need answers. We are Catholic women deeply committed to our faith and profoundly grateful for Church teachings, the Sacraments, and the many good bishops and priests who have blessed our lives. Our hearts are broken, … More Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 11: Catholic Women Speak to the Church in Crisis