How do issues arising from our use of robots link up with our concern about respect for human life? What I found was that, as Pope Francis has reminded us in “Laudato Si'”: “Everything is connected.”
There is a solid scriptural basis for why Christians fasted from the very earliest days of the faith.
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.
The Church’s concern for the common good was on display for all to see at Catholics at the Capitol on Feb. 19 as over 1,000 Minnesota Catholics came together with one voice to defend the dignity of the human person.
Our families are facing some challenges that were hardly imagined by previous generations.
Social media and social network communities aren’t inherently good or bad. It depends on how we use them.
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.
A good comedian helps an audience to recognize common absurdities, inconsistencies and hypocrisies in any given cultural moment.