"Start small," says Katrina Fernandez, who has some very good advice for handling an all-too-common situation
... until I got a much needed lesson that there is more than one way to grow in holiness
My well-meaning doctors and caretakers thought that the most comforting thing would be to deny the reality of the death, or deny that every death is cause for weeping.
'Bitter Harvest' is believed to be first motion picture portrayal of Holodomor
The "coming onslaught" of adults on the autism spectrum means creative options are needed.
Pendant unearthed in former concentration camp being studied for connection with famous child victim
This book is an invitation into the life and times of Jesus and how he's still speaking to us today.
Reports of desperate citizens eating domestic animals
Lessons from the Counter-Reformation in how Beauty speaks to Truth
It’s time to talk about resisting evil
St. Pedro Calungsod was murdered while on a mission in the Mariana Islands
Meeting to take place on anniversary of Pope St. John Paul II’s visit to Al-Azhar
The zero-emissions train reaches 87 mph and will open to the public this December
The film features farm animals alongside the Tin Man, the Scarecrow and the Lion
Make room in your soul for God
My friends and I were typical college kids, but we were also united by our desire to understand who we were in the great universe ...
They are not the same, they don’t taste the same, and no, they are not “kinds” of beer either.
We need to take inventory of what we “put into” our souls (spiritual health) just as we do with our body.
There are worriers, and there are warriors, and the eternal mystery of how men and women work together goes on...
A mother of four sees first-hand why Jesus wants us to imitate the little ones.
Christians finding safe zone within bombed out Syrian city
During the Korean War, he carried wounded POWs on his back and defied his captors by praying with them
Just in time for St. Joseph’s March 19th feast
Finding it difficult to settle down and read anything longer than a Facebook post? Thank God for Lent, and the pleasant discipline of reading
In 2013, Mozart’s violin left Salzburg’s Mozarteum and took a trip to New York
Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, the story of this little Orchid Praying Mantis is both thrilling and daunting
Evasion is only possible in the short term
In an era of fierce, unforgiving political street fights, George McGovern and Jeane Kirkpatrick set down their weapons and comforted each other.