The Other Side of Vision

"When I lose myself, come untethered from the now, the “real,” the static compartmentalized world, then I find my spiritual home." Kimberly Blaeser '90, Wisconsin's poet laureate, reflects on wonder in words and image. More here>

This Is for You to Love and not Consume

My time spent hiking and travelling alone and with friends are punctuated with a certain practice that is so embedded in a modern person’s experience of visiting glorious, natural landscapes that it almost goes unnoticed: the desire to capture a certain scene or view on camera. Read more>

The Seemingly Ordinary

In this ever-moving, ever-changing, often endlessly busy world, it can be dangerously easy to develop tunnel vision towards the next item on our to-do list, and altogether miss the wonder and beauty of God's creation around us. Read more>

Praying for a New Way to Live

“Living our vocation to be protectors of God’s handiwork is essential to a life of virtue; it is not an optional or a secondary aspect of our Christian experience.” Read more>

The Challenge of 'Laudato Si'

Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’ recent encyclical on care for our common home is not an easy read. The difficulty of the text is not because of the inclusion of scientific analysis or economic terminology. Rather, this encyclical is a text that demands a conversion of life on the part of the reader. Read more>

Live Smaller with 'Laudato Si'

FaithND encourages you to "live smaller" with the ecological virtues of Laudato Si. Read more>