“We Catholics can, and should, be role models for others in how to listen and dialogue in service to the truth and the common good.”
“For us, as the days of this pandemic are largely indistinguishable and called Blursday by many people I know, Groundhog Day, the day and the film, can be both a teachable moment and moment of grace.”
The Star of Bethlehem inspires us to be stars, lights for others who might not see the way.
“Have we lost our purpose? Is anyone else wondering what this is all about?”
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.