Declutter Your Soul.
In this chaotic world, how can you find peace and balance? How can you overcome anxiety and constant busyness?
Easier said than done, but in Finding Simplicity, we’ll give you a fool-proof plan to put stress behind you and live a more peaceful, simple life.
You Want It…Now Go Get It.
You want simplicity and peace. But with your phone constantly buzzing in your pocket, and the world spinning around you, how do you get there? Simplifying is all the rage—in home organization and design. But what’s the use of simplifying our environment when our souls remain cluttered?
That’s where Finding Simplicity comes in.
We’ll give you the tools you need to push beyond exterior minimalism to a true simplicity of soul. Over 21 days, we’ll walk you through 10 steps to live the simple life: both spiritually and literally.
Plus we’ll show you 7 practical tips on how to grow in and maintain your new anxiety-free life, including:
- How to use the liturgical life of the Church to guide your own life (Day 5)
- The importance of incorporating “use-less” leisure into your life (Day 15)
- The benefits of charity and community for achieving spiritual simplicity (Days 9 & 11)
- How to live an ordered day, without wasting time or overstuffing your schedule (Day 14)
- …and much more!
It’s not just theory. These 10 actionable practices will help you simplify your life. If you implement these practices you will finish this series with a stronger relationship with Christ and others, a deeper sense of peace, and simplicity of life and soul.
We’re confident that Finding Simplicity—guided by the teachings of Jesus and His Church—will set you on the path to true simplicity. If you’re not more at peace or stronger in your spiritual life by the end, we’ll give you your money back. No questions asked.
Father Joseph Matlak
Father Joseph Matlak serves as Administrator of St. Basil the Great Eastern Catholic Parish in Charlotte, North Carolina, and as Chaplain of Holy Trinity Catholic Middle School of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte. He was born in Dunstable, England. His undergraduate studies in Ancient History at King’s College London led him to focus on the history and theology of Byzantium. He completed priestly formation for the Eparchy of St. Josaphat at the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C., and was ordained to the Holy Priesthood in 2015 at St. Josaphat Cathedral in Parma, Ohio. Fr. Matlak has a unique priesthood in that he has faculties to celebrate Holy Mass according to the Roman Rite, as well as the Divine Liturgy in the Byzantine Rite. This has imbued him with a deep appreciation for the catholicity of the Church. Among other things, he enjoys traveling, film, theater, music, and history.
Genevieve Cunningham, a native of Pennsylvania, was raised in a large Catholic family of nine children. She studied at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and received spiritual formation from the Poor Clare Nuns of Perpetual Adoration in Hanceville, Alabama. She is an editor, writer, and marketer for Good Catholic; a content writer for The Catholic Company; a blog contributor for Catholic Company Magazine; and a freelance manuscript editor for fiction, non-fiction, and collections of poetry. Her writing has been published by DKA Magazine, Humane Pursuits, and the acclaimed Catholic quarterly Dappled Things.