School leaders sometimes need to make tough calls, especially during a pandemic when a new virus threatens the safety of students and staff.
The challenges of the past year have proven again our need for God’s presence in our lives.
On Jan. 27, hundreds of Catholics participated in the March for Life at the State Capitol to march for the dignity of every human life.
The story of making FAITH Magazine a reality has lots of stages and a number of key characters.
As Catholics, one of the most important choices we can make in life is to trust and follow God’s will.
How do we discern the path God wants for us?
Dear Father Joe: Every Year, Lent Comes and Goes and I Always Feel Like I Somehow Miss it or Blow it.
How Can I Make Lent be What it is Supposed to be This Year?
An interaction with my young daughter led me to reflect again on a key reason for spending time reading and reflecting on the Scriptures.
Happy with home alone? You are not alone.
Establishing and breaking habits can be tricky work.
DSA funding was provided to parish teams from across the diocese.
Theology 101 is taking a peek behind the scenes of some of the prominent figures...
Several times a week, I’ll lose my phone, wallet, keys or other essential item.
Each month we will provide a number of different resources to help your reading of the Bible.
Paul's words to Timothy continue to amaze me.
A Catholic education is among the best gifts parents can give their children.
Perhaps I’m biased, but I think that some of the unsung heroes of the coronavirus pandemic are parents.
I am excited to combine households after our wedding, but we only have so much space.
Harold Hunter fondly remembers the first time someone from Catholic Charities showed up at his cabin as a turning point in life.