Last Advent I tried something different. I kept a daily log of who I saw the face of Jesus in by their kind words, deeds or actions.
The following was first published in the Dec. 2 issue of The Record, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Louisville, Kentucky. It was written by Marnie […]
In my Labor Day statement this year, I highlighted the plight of millions of Americans who face twin crises — deep trials in both the world of work and the state of the family.
The Catholic bishops of the United States have designated Dec. 12, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, as a national day of prayer for migrants and refugees.
First, let me be clear: The above headline is not true. I made it up. But another, equally outlandish, claim — “Pope Francis shocks world, endorses […]
I love going to Sunday Mass during the special seasons of the liturgical year. Advent liturgies always bring me back from all the trappings of the season and remind me of what is most important.
How many of you remember what it was like to find your very first friend?
The box went up on a Monday evening in August, a plain white box nestled inside a little wooden tent, mounted atop a fence and beneath the outermost reach of a maple.