Need help managing the chaos of this world and living for heaven? The ancient practice of remembering death can invigorate your spiritual life! When Theresa Aletheia Noble, FSP, began keeping a ceramic skull on her desk and tweeting about it, she had no idea she'd be starting a movement. Her daily tweets about memento mori - Latin for remember your death - contained quotes and insights that have inspired others to remember death daily. Many have found that this ancient practice provides an important perspective on their lives in view of Jesus' call to repentance, conversion, and the hope of resurrection.
About the Author
Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble, FSP is a former atheist who, thanks to the grace of God, has returned to the faith she was raised in and now tries to help others bring their loved ones back to the faith. A few years after returning to the Church, she heard God calling her, so she left her job in Silicon Valley to join the Daughters of St. Paul. She now lives in Boston, where she prays, evangelizes, bakes bread and blogs at "Pursued by Truth."