Pray that our clergy and bishops make wise decisions is good, but we also must work to bring about what we pray for.
My husband’s efforts have proven very useful based on the amount of stuff we bring on the average outing.
The case of Roe v. Wade and its companion case, Doe v. Bolton, are two glaring instances where our courts have gone amuck.
Our engagement in politics is a mission in which our holiness of life is far more potent than mere activity.
Catholics are being urged to participate in a nine-week effort of prayer, fasting and education that this change in the Court “will move our nation closer to the day when every human being is protected in law and welcomed in life.”
Mention use of digital media, and I’m sure you will find people on either side of the spectrum. Regardless of where you stand, I know one thing is certain — the power of digital networks cannot be underestimated in the lives of today’s young people.