IN SEARCH OF
One of our deepest desires as human beings is a desire for home—a place where we can count on being loved and valued, a place where we will always be welcomed, a place where we can truly feel we belong. Where can we find a lasting experience of “home”? For many of us, our deepest experience of home in this life is found with our family. But throughout the ages, we have also experienced a sense of “home” from a variety of other sources, including our identity as a citizen of a particular country, our membership in a specific culture, and our connection to the natural world. Ultimately, however, we will never be truly and finally home until we are in the Father's house (John 14:2).
Rick writes and speaks about topics related to the Catholic faith, spirituality, personal growth, parenting, and culture, with a particular focus on the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar and its application to Christian discipleship and evangelization.
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