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How to cultivate a deeper sense of wonder as an adult

As we grow older, we concern ourselves more with facts and science and fail to see the beauty around us.

My family and I moved to a farm this summer — here’s what we learned

I thought my husband's desire to try farming was crazy... until we tried it.

How a healthy appreciation of nature can lead us to God

St. Bonaventure believed that the world around us could help us draw closer to God.

Centuries-old practice is proving effective as a pesticide

Farmers are turning to nature to maintain a healthier ecosystem.

Mass on the beach brings blessing and protection to lifeguards, swimmers

Long Beach Island celebrates its 10th annual Blessing of the Waves.

Why the Catholic Rural Life movement is important for everyone

Let colorful seed catalogues inspire you, even if the only planting you'll be doing is on your window sill.

“Firefall” in Yosemite National Park shows the wonder of God’s creation

The special phenomenon only occurs under perfect weather conditions.

The best places to see the Aurora Borealis

One of nature's best light shows can be elusive, but also very rewarding.

Did God send a friendly bear to protect this young boy lost in the woods?

The sheriff can't swear there was a bear there, but he's sure God was protecting Casey.

In the midst of God’s creation, a Catholic chapel gives tourists a holy respite

Sacred Heart Chapel is an all-log construction in the middle of Grand Teton National Park.

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