While lay people honor their legacy, women religious are hosting events of their own – not to pat themselves on the back but to pay it forward, to continue their work of healing a fractured nation.
Any Catholic with even a cursory familiarity with recent news has more than enough information to inspire him to a life of prayer and penance.
My task at hand: editing a cover story about three Catholic families who had taken radical leaps of faith.
Let this Valentine’s Day be an opportunity to lift up people and show we appreciate them.
Many, perhaps millions, of Hispanics are frightened. Yes, today, in the United States of America, many of our Hispanic Catholic sisters and brothers live in a permanent state of fear.
God works through our ordinary lives in moments so small we can miss them. Cooking breakfast for the ones we love. Baking bread. Washing feet. Sweeping the floor. Sitting with a sick child. Holding a baby.
Author, therapist says that taking care of yourself fuels you to do good in the world wherever you are called.
If our homes can be places of warm welcome, so can our parishes.