No one should be afraid to turn to God with prayer, especially in times of great doubt, suffering and need, Pope Francis said.
It seems, on surface level, we are at a time of darkness and death. Actually, however, we are celebrating life.
Our engagement in politics is a mission in which our holiness of life is far more potent than mere activity.
Prayerful recollection by the celebrant and other liturgical ministers is never out of date or out of place.
Two excellent books, “Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed the World” and “I’ve Been Thinking: Reflections, Prayers and Meditations for a Meaningful Life,” are best read together, starting with McNamara’s insightful page-turner history of the struggles and accomplishments of Eunice Kennedy Shriver, which also includes the achievements of her husband, Sarge Shriver.
The Vatican has released a document that establishes norms and principles for women who dedicate their lives as consecrated virgins and their place in the life of the church.
A religious sister who is the longtime chaplain of the Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team credited the pregame prayer and the players’ solid teamwork for the Ramblers’ thrilling, last-second 64-62 win over the University of Miami in the NCAA Tournament on March 15.
June 8, 2017, will probably always be a day etched in Molly Powers’ mind. Not only was it exactly a month since she and her husband, Kevin, suffered the loss of a child through miscarriage, it also was her last day in campus ministry at the University of Illinois in Chicago and was the day […]
The U.S. Catholic bishops explained in a 2003 document that “popular devotional practices do not replace the liturgical life of the church; rather they extend it into daily life.”