“I hope that his memory and many years of service will inspire us all to work with ever greater urgency for peace and reconciliation between peoples.”
Perhaps it is so because we are unattractive, “un-credible” Catholics
We too quickly become passionate about politics and more passionate than we tend to be about the Faith
Like grandma always said, "all things are pure to the pure..."
In Amoris Laetitia, the pope offers several suggestions on how to keep your marriage strong and happy through the years
G.K. Chesterton's wife was a much needed partner, spiritually as well as professionally
How a "nudge" to take a walk at an odd time allowed the Holy Spirit to bring about something wonderful
The Pope’s advice on how to get through hard times and help others do the same
Rain failures lead to crop failures, dead livestock
"The Americans and their allies... have always defended and supported the terrorists under the false pretext of 'democracy.'"
A former atheist, Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble fears complacency: "Will I stop wrestling and start nesting?"
“Here I am again” doesn’t have to be an admission of defeat; it could also be a prayer
Exorcists cite spiritual void, failure of mental healthcare system and rise in pagan and demonic activities as causes
As the Year of Mercy is rounding out, a small suggestion that can carry huge meaning
How to make the most of your money in a way that aligns with Church teaching
We can turn to these holy men and women who embodied virtuous citizenship when things got difficult
The "morality clause" required actresses to "fix" the problem of pregnancies resulting from illicit affairs
"His message is timeless and still being heard. His example of leadership is an anchor to us all in these times of great strife."
A day spent at a family potato farm in North Dakota evokes a sense of wonder at the mysteries of this world and the next
The future of the Church depends upon it
Psychologists suggest we don’t allow our kids -- to their detriment -- a chance to become bored
Her luminous witness of a peaceful spirit despite real and ever present danger has directed the attention of everyone around her to the Divine Physician
Pope Francis warns against ‘squinting behavior’ of admiring the famous and turning away from the poor
"We are called to be disturbed, to find ways of meeting and helping, without always delegating to others or saying: “I will help you tomorrow; I have no time today, I’ll help you tomorrow.”
At Sunday Angelus, pope also prays for end to violence after two Catholic priests are murdered
By letting go of the need to participate in the dialogue of the Mass, I was able to experience the miracle of the death and resurrection of our Savior
When so many things go right each day, why get anxious over the ones that don't?
We hate to look at it, but we must, and then we must do something more...
Take a few minutes to enjoy Bach’s Fugue in G minor, as interpreted by Ton Koopman