In her book “Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved,” Kate Bowler writes about her diagnosis with stage 4 cancer and confronting the prosperity gospel, the idea that good things will happen to people who do good.
Prayer and humor are a means of dealing with our loss.
Racism will not be uprooted from our society, homes and faith communities unless we build a just society and a welcoming church.
We can no longer do same old, same old in our parishes. We need to start selling the sizzle and see who comes to try the steak.
Being a good father requires care and compassion, being slow to anger and quick to smile. Let’s give thanks for a God of love and laughter.
The Solemnity the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ celebrates the Eucharist as the Body of Christ. The name “Corpus Christi” is Latin for “the Body of Christ.”
National survey offers insight into the 2019 ordination class.
The Church must be free to cultivate the life of prayer needed to nurture discipleship in people who can, in turn, be leaven in society.