“When we view people only through convenient labels, even if not with cruel intent, we risk obliterating the humanity of the other; and with it, something of our own.”
“It reveals a great deal about the Eucharist that any Catholic can say something about the Living Bread come down from heaven, but no Catholic can say everything about it.”
St. Rita teaches us that forgiveness is like a pearl of great price: while not changing the past, it does free us for a future full of hope.
Five understandings about suicide suggest ways readers may be a potential source of healing and hope to others.
“Easter invites us with joy to pass from the things of our time to the things of God’s eternity.”
“As it becomes possible gradually to resume our accustomed Catholic practices, it will be important again to make the effort to be there.”
“The ashes weave many Scriptures to remind us of the faithful and redeeming love of the one who became dust and ashes with and for us, that we might become children of God.”
Should a Catholic accept vaccination?