To be resourceful is to glorify the Creator, using our God-given gifts to full effect, like the servants who double their talents in Jesus’ parable.
“The Lord of the Rings” trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien is a beautiful work showing the important role even the smallest and seemingly most insignificant people have in the drama of history.
After 30 years of drug and alcohol abuse, Pat — a Philadelphia native with tattooed arms and a Rocky Balboa accent — made an unlikely new friend: Matt Talbot, an Irish laborer who’d been dead for about a century.
Our source of hope, and what our eyes should remain open to, is that God loves us, that Christ saves us and that Christ is very much alive.
Every time U.S. Catholics contribute to the work of solidarity in Rwanda and other countries, we make possible that a thousand flowers bloom in God’s global community garden.
Firefighter Brian Knapek puts his Catholic faith in action responding to emergency needs and derives strength from his faith to participate in the calling.
The next few columns will cover the outcomes of the Vatican’s second dialogue on “The Energy Transition and Care of Our Common Home.” In this essay, […]
We can each deepen our faith in the Real Presence — and help our children and grandchildren to do the same — in small ways each day.