Religious images meant to inspire us to pray can be restored by artists as reparation for others who suffer persecution.
Liturgical living encourages Catholics to follow the rhythms of the Church year at home.
Over and again, perhaps a hundred times, commentators said some version of this: “Well, bishop, making a statement is all fine and good, but what are you and the other bishops going to do about it?”
St. Kateri Tekakwitha found ways to persevere in holiness.
During this unusual time, appreciate the wonder at being in the presence of Jesus by being present to others.
Catholic Charities serves those in need in new ways due to the coronavirus.
Teams of diocesan staff will build relationships with ACCs instead of holding Regional Ministry Gatherings.
Lent, our own ‘spring training,’ prepares us for the mysteries of Holy Week.