Homes are the heart of human existence, shaped from the intertwining of lives over the passage of time. Homes gratefully enfold the extraordinary and the mundane, weave meaning into triumphs and tragedies, shape purpose and establish identity.
Being “at home” implies both the depth of comfort and the warmth of intimacy. And of course, at times, being “at home” brings challenge, demands growth and necessitates change.
All that is part of a living Catholicism. This is a small attempt to recall, capture, and share some of those experiences that define what it means to be at home as a Catholic, to celebrate the extraordinary and the mundane, to see what has happened and wonder at the facets of life that bring meaning to existence and purpose to daily choices.