Thanksgiving couldn’t come at a better time this year, because gratitude is the one inexhaustible natural resources we seem to have a shortage of these days.
In politics, we may have temporary opponents, but we must never mistake them for permanent enemies.
The diocesan-wide pastoral planning process is moving forward with Area Catholic Communities and feedback on the proposed parish placements will be taken until Thanksgiving.
It seems, on surface level, we are at a time of darkness and death. Actually, however, we are celebrating life.
In experiencing the best of humanity in Gander, Newfoundland, a couple’s fear and fatigue were met with comfort and compassion.
The diocese is embarking on a new chapter of communications ministry: The Visitor will transition to a magazine format.
Each October, we are asked to reflect on the precious gift of life and how we can work more fervently to defend and protect it, especially for the most vulnerable.
St. Oscar Romero and Dorothy Day were leaders who Catholics can look to modeled faithful citizenship.