Lino Rulli is just plain funny. So funny, in fact, that he almost runs the risk of not being taken seriously. However, in his latest book of humorous anecdotes and thoughtful reflections, he engages and entertains, yet enlightens and evangelizes. I recently welcomed the opportunity to interview Lino about Saint, and he didn’t disappoint. Following the interview, learn how to win a free copy of the book.
“The bread you store up belongs to the hungry; the cloak that lies on your chest belongs to the naked; the gold that you have hidden in the ground belongs to the poor.” — Saint Basil The Great Saint Basil (ca. 330 – January 1, 379) was a teacher, priest, and bishop who was named a […]
I’ve been holding close to my heart a story about how our Blessed Mother gave me hope, how she wrapped her arms around me and gave me a sense of peace like I’ve never felt. It’s hard to put into words because the emotions are still so real, raw, and very personal.