For those who question the merits of "Silence" for the faithful, here are some things worth pondering and discussing.
Dr. Tim Flanigan reflects on experiences treating AIDS and Ebola patients
It's time to resist our denial, despair and distraction
Watson firmly believes that more active fathers will lead to fewer and fewer abortions
This is a win for the movement toward becoming a society that values and respects life of all forms, no matter how defenseless or show-worthy it may be.
Katrina Fernandez with advice on "how far is too far" with non-Catholic friends
For one thing, he was not good at mathematics...
Victims have a difficult time rebuilding their lives because "They become used to being used and then thrown back..."
This little triangle treasure tells a big, human story.
Two ways human ingenuity in service to others can change the world
But honestly, we don't need to organize a dance-off to make the effort toward others.
Yes, we’re all unique. We all have individual strengths and gifts. So what?
Catholics were resolving to do better before it was cool
Of course our sufferings are nothing alike, but what can I say, I relate to the guy!
Is your relationship with God getting lost in the flurry of your life? Try these tips!
In 2008, Sr. Lucia wrote a letter to Cardinal Carlo Caffarra, saying: “Do not be afraid … Our Lady has already crushed his head.”
They’re cheering for us, praying for us. More than that, though, they show us how it’s done.
At first glance there are similarities between the two leaders, but we would be making a big mistake to look at the pope and the Church in political terms.
Wearing the cross is a promise, an invitation, and a reminder to myself
Both our secular and sacred arenas would be greatly improved by respectful erudition that assumes the hearer can understand
Suggestions aimed at bishops can also be put into practice in each of our lives
Having tailored my undergraduate coursework to the sciences, I have always sensed something missing in my formative years of education.
Racism is a polarizing issue but we can all do our own part to make it a thing of the past
A new book tells us it's in the "mess" of today that we can find opportunities to grow in spiritual perfection "one day at a time."
Catholic artist shares the inspiration behind her latest single
The Catholic artist who calls himself an “old soul” is making waves on social media
Fan favorites from 2016, from every continent and genre
Song speaks of Mary’s immaculate nature before the Church’s official declaration
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In his first Pope Video for 2017, Pope Francis invites you to pray for Christian unity to help those most in need
Trust in God's word doesn't mean we won't have moments of uncertainty, disappointment and bewilderment.
People going through this kind of thing often want a magic answer, a technique or a trick of the trade, something to do that will actually help. I knew that from experience. I also knew there isn’t one.
A phone conversation that brought about a conversion