The high court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in Groff v. DeJoy, a case concerning Gerald Groff, an evangelical Christian and former U.S. Postal Service worker, who was denied an accommodation to observe his Sunday Sabbath by not taking Sunday shifts.
Supreme Court to consider whether employers who make Christians work Sunday violate religious liberty
Jonathan Roumie’s Lent: fasting, sharing faith, and a new film on the ‘Jesus people’
The actor relies on his Catholic faith to guide him both on and off screen, and cites Mass, confession, adoration and the Liturgy of the Hours as priorities.
Late Pope Benedict’s Christian insights resonate at 2023 New York Encounter
This year’s encounter combined a warm appreciation of the late Pope Benedict XVI with an exhibit explaining 19th-century German philosopher and polemicist Friedrich Nietzsche.
Here is the simplest way to share faith with kids
“It turns out, ordinary conversations matter more than anything else.”
Eucharistic Revival songwriting competition seeks to inspire Catholic music
“Music has this really unique ability to really capture the heart of the mystery of the Eucharist,” said Marilyn Santos, associate director of the USCCB’s Secretariat of Evangelization and Catechesis.
The Catholic Gardener: The clasping oaks of winter, the strengthening of grace
“The ‘mighty oak’ that thrives in inhospitable conditions and yet prospers has a way to protect new growth and find nourishment from what is thought useless. Our faith tells us much the same.”
Notable quotes from Pope Benedict XVI
Here is a collection of notable quotes from Pope Benedict XVI from homilies, documents, messages and speeches from 2005 to 2013, the years he served as pope.
Extension features Nativity art, letters by children of Ukraine, Uvalde
Artwork and letters by children in Uvalde and in war-torn Ukraine published in the Winter 2022 issue of Catholic Extension’s magazine.