Easter once felt like news. The shock of the empty tomb. The sought-after account of the first witness. The soaring and inexplicable triumph of it all.
Pope Francis addresses young people directly in his apostolic exhortation, “Christus Vivit” (“Christ Lives”).
Millions of Venezuelans cannot acquire products to meet the most basic needs in life. Access to humanitarian aid is often curtailed by political maneuvers that end up impacting negatively the most vulnerable.
Jean Vanier changed attitudes toward the intellectually and physically disabled in ways so deep that we can hardly comprehend it.
Take the initiative and join a Christian group on campus to get connected.
Sister Constance is considered a spiritual mother by many of the residents, who said they will honor her on Mother’s Day.
Jean Vanier, Canadian writer, philosopher and humanitarian who died May 7, was a champion for people with intellectual disabilities and touched countless lives through his constant message of love.
We can honor special women in our lives, even those not gifted with the physical role of motherhood.