Franciscan Father Frank Berna of La Salle University in Philadelphia, serves as a chaplain for Retrouvaille, a lay ministry founded by Catholics to help heal struggling marriages.
Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
First reading: Sir 27:4-7
Second reading: 1 Cor 15:54-58
Gospel: Lk 6:39-45
Melanie Paul, right, brings her Shetland Sheepdogs, Lothair and Locksley, to the hospital once a week to provide animal-assisted therapy to inpatients and outpatients.
Renew International, which has been offering small-group parish renewal series since the 1970s, has put together a six-week series for parishioners on dealing with the current clergy sexual abuse crisis.
Lent means most to us when we ask, not “How do I want to change?” but rather, “Jesus, how do you want me to change?”
Father Faustino known for his use of science and medicine in healing those who needed it most.
The incorrupt heart of St. John Vianney was on tour through several parishes of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Feb. 20-26.
The Lenten season is a reminder for Catholics that overindulgence ruptures communion with God, with others and with creation, Pope Francis said.