1. With Labor Day just a week away, be sure to read Bishop Stephen Blaire's Labor Day Statement, which has been released by the USCCB. It focuses on income inequality and its impact on families and communities.
2. Be sure to visit Faith and Safety, a site that is helping families to navigate technology together through the eyes of faith.
3. Pope Francis encouraged people to be true Christians this weekend and to bypass fleeting pleasures.
4. We can either stay angry or encounter people and dialogue with them, Father John Crossin wrote in a recent blog.
5. God loves you.