Sacraments
Theresa Williams

Soul-Changing Sacraments

Recently, I was able to attend the ordination of my brother-in-law to the priesthood, and there, before my eyes, his soul was eternally changed, indelibly

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Spirituality
Theresa Williams

The Inescapable Lover

The other day, after I got out of the shower, I wrapped myself up in my bathrobe, as I often do, and I felt God.

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Life
Theresa Williams

Mary, Mercy, and Me

I used to be jealous of Mary. Not because she has the fullness of grace and I don’t. Not because she has the immense privilege

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Life
Theresa Williams

Lessons from a Lent Past

Being in the thick of Lent, I’ve been reflecting on Lents past and how differently I approach Lent now. Lent the year I was sixteen

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Life
Theresa Williams

The Best Lie You Could Ever Tell

My first Confirmation class (quite some years ago now) ended with an enticing cliffhanger: “Next week, I’ll teach you how to lie,” our teacher told

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Religion
Theresa Williams

The Call to Holiness in Our Time

Recently, I was watching the movie There Be Dragons about St. Josemaria Escriva and the Spanish Civil War, and I began thinking about the call to

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Columnists
Theresa Williams

To Be a Fool

“Then David came dancing before the Lord with abandon, girt with a linen ephod” (2 Samuel 6:14). To be a fool for the Lord. On

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Columnists
Theresa Williams

Too Anxious to Function

I’m a pretty anxious person – I have the prescription to prove it. I tend to look at the details of a situation and easily

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Books
Theresa Williams

Give Fairy Tales a Chance

Fairy tales (especially princesses and Santa Claus) get a lot of crap. From comments such as, “princesses teach girls that the only way to attain

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