Q&A with Bishop Reed, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Boston and chairman of the USCCB’s committee for Communications.
The Catholic church teaches that all life, from conception to natural death, is sacred. However, modern medical advances have made end-of-life issues increasingly difficult to sort out.
By deciding to reinvite the activist group, the Dodgers might win a peaceful moment from the LGBTQ lobby, but many others lose.
Both the extent and the limitations of the Supreme Court’s power are visible in a pending case raising the question of how far employers must go to accommodate employees’ religion.
World Communications Day reminds the church to embrace media technologies for the proclamation of the Gospel and the spread of goodness, and serves to educate her sons and daughters to be critical thinkers when engaging media messages.
Standing before an image of the Virgin Mary, Wojtlya’s father told him, “From today on, she will be your mother.”
One of the first pieces of advice I gave young officers: Find your faith and embrace it; it will serve you in more ways than you know.
What some might call magic or luck – the winning of a raffle, the work of needle and thread, the transformation of an old green coat – has a more apt name. The creativity of love.