Kathy Fischer’s ministry of presence in her community had its roots in a story about parish nursing in a cookbook gifted to her.
Pope Francis’ encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” reminds us that we are all called to love one another, including those on the peripheries of society.
Inspired by St. Francis of Assisi and by Pope Francis, 2,000 young adults met online to discuss making the economy more responsive to human dignity and more respectful of creation.
At a Nov. 18 event in Rome, Cardinal Czerny said that Pope Francis’ teachings on the “just-war” theory are a crucial point of reflection in today’s world where morally justified reasons for aggression and violence are often misused.
Pope Francis’ letter, written to all people of goodwill, is an invitation for dialogue.
“The pope is calling every person and every society to reject this throwaway culture and recognize Christ in every person.”
Pope Francis, in his new encyclical “Fratelli Tutti, on Fraternity and Social Friendship,” explores what it means to be a good neighbor. Here are a few suggestions to implement his teaching.
Pope Francis reminds the faithful that “God’s plan for humanity has implications for every aspect of our lives” in his new encyclical.