This Gaming the Gospels is based on Mary’s Song of Praise, 'The Magnificat'.
Sometimes the best way to learn is by playing a game.
What seven things would students want with them in their own Garden of Eden?
This activity could be held in the week before Advent, and continue until Christmas.
Gratitude is one of the cornerstones of Ignatian spirituality.
For our AC+ subscribers: Here are some resources that might be helpful in engaging students in reflection and conversation around love and healthy relationships.
Wedding traditions from around the world.
The Gospel shows us two ways of living – one narrow and destructive, the other open and constructive. Good relationships follow the second path.
Love in the time of coronavirus sometimes means planning a wedding for a couple of stick insects.
As an experienced oncology nurse, Louise often develops close bonds with those she treats. How does one emotionally manage the passing of patients while still providing the best of care?
Despite misgivings, a religious retreat proved to be the ideal self-care choice.
Good and loving relationships strengthen our communities.