BE THE BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF - by Matthew Kelly

The Beauty of Friendship

by Matthew Kelly

There is nothing more beautiful in this life than a good friendship. When I was a teenager, my father held out his hand, spread his five fingers wide, and said to me, "If you find five true friends in your lifetime, you will have lived a life infinitely blessed." Read more »

Idolatry a Thing of the Past?

by Matthew Kelly

One summer, not long ago, I attended a wedding in Washington, D.C., which really got me thinking. It was held in a quiet little church in one of the older parts of town, the bride was stunningly beautiful, the groom was delightfully gracious, the flowers and music were magnificent, and the combination of guests was unique and intriguing. Read more »

A New Breed of Loyalty

  by Matthew Kelly

There are many who say that loyalty in the corporate world is dead forever. I could not disagree with them more. Read more »

Yearning for the Authentic

by Matthew Kelly

Throughout human history, there has never been a shortage of men and women willing to point humanity along the right path. Nor have the needs of the human family ever been a secret: food, shelter, purposeful work, companionship, freedom, forgiveness, acceptance, and love. Read more »

Traveling Without a Ticket

by Matthew Kelly

I was in Rome last week and I had to catch a bus, but in Italy you can't buy a ticket on the bus. You have to buy the ticket before you get on the bus. Only I didn't have time to buy a ticket, and I didn't have time to wait for the next bus. So I just got on. Read more »

Is Jesus Still Relevant?

by Matthew Kelly

It should come as no surprise to us that, in this modern environment, the relevance of Jesus is being seriously questioned. The reason is simple. The philosophy of Christ is very different from the prevailing philosophies of our modern culture. Read more »

What are you willing to give your life for?

by Matthew Kelly

Just before her death Joan of Arc wrote, "I know this now. Every man gives his life for what he believes. Every woman gives her life for what she believes. Sometimes people believe in little or nothing, and yet they give their lives to that little or nothing. Read more »

Waiting for God

I remember as if it were yesterday my first serious attempts at prayer. At the time I was eighteen and in college. Prompted by a friend I began spending ten minutes a day in the silence and solitude of my local church. The grace I felt at that time of my life cannot be put into words. Read more »

The Beauty of Friendship

There is nothing more beautiful in this life than a good friendship. Read more »

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