Catholic social tradition can help the human family heal this world that suffers from serious illnesses.
“Engaging in respectful dialogue doesn’t mean compromising our convictions or commitment to the truth. But it does require us to love our neighbor as Christ instructed us and treat them with respect.”
Like other people of goodwill, I want to be part of the solution for putting an end to the sins of prejudice, discrimination and racism.
Try prayer and these common sense ways to stay healthy to counteract the increased stress due to the coronavirus.
Our resources — print publications, websites, social media — help us to tell our stories of faith, love and the hope we celebrate this Easter season even in the midst of a pandemic.
We are called to sacrifice and practice our Lenten disciplines in ways that we couldn’t imagine just a few months ago.
The new diocesan app can strengthen our faith with Bible readings, reflections, prayers, articles and much more.
In the February issue of the magazine, read about the future of Catholic schools, a preview of the 2020 state legislative session and a new effort that uses technology to evangelize.