Clearly, our culture is fascinated with the spiritual realm and the beings that inhabit it.
There’s something about Peter’s journey of faith and transformation that deeply resonates with me.
Before discussing the dignity of work, we should discuss the overal...
St. Jane Frances de Chantal’s life story could have easily been a tragic one had she not been buoyed by her steadfast faith.
As the earth is renewed and refreshed, it’s a great time to bring vitality into your relationship with God.
Ask the Lord to show you the logs in your life and, if you’re tempted to focus on someone else’s speck, just give them to Jesus instead.
It matters how we celebrate the Mass. A 2019 Pew Research Center s...
As we mark Natural Family Planning Awareness Week this month, one diocesan leader reflects on the true meaning of this phrase.
Religious freedom through the eyes of its patron saints, John Fisher and Thomas More
Reconciliation helps us know how deeply we are loved.
You can tell a lot about someone by examining what or who they celebrate.
Telling ourselves "if I were God, I wouldn’t love me" undermines the extent of God's grace.
"Whenever a man accepts responsibility for the life of another, in some way he becomes a father to that person.”
One of my dear friends died. She was a daily communicant and a faithful member of her Church.
The story of the Holy Spirit descending upon the Apostles still has relevance today.
Cursillo is much more than just a short course in Christianity.
The message of our nation’s first approved Marian apparition, Our Lady of Good Help.
He was just 5 years old the first time he went looking for Christ.
While many are inclined to exclaim "Christmas!", the greatest gift of all is received on Easter Sunday.
Q: Is it a sin to have an evil thought, such as, “I hope karma gets that person and they suffer”?
"Do this in memory of me" – but what exactly are we remembering?
The effects of the Eucharist flow outward from individuals to the world, where the greater good is strengthened by Christ.
The Catholic faith is rich with tradition which culminates in a Mass known as the Easter Vigil.
Ministering to the sick and homebound is not confined to the ordained alone.