“While unsuitable for group catechesis, ‘Lourdes’ will touch the hearts and renew the spirits of individual moviegoers.”
Film lets devotees provide visual, emotional substance of Lourdes’ story
Prayers for healing, justice mark ‘painful’ anniversary of Floyd’s death
Catholic and other faith leaders marked the “painful first anniversary” of Floyd’s May 25, 2020, death with prayers for his family and for “healing, mercy, justice and change.”
Catholic leaders see Chauvin verdict as a call for more action
Catholic leaders looking towards healing after jurors issued their verdict convicting former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.
Book examines difficult path to restoring faith after child sex abuse
“Glimmers of Grace” is an effort to provide some simple, practical guidance to climbing the spiritual ladder back to God.
USCCB president prays God grants Biden ‘wisdom, courage’ to lead nation
Archbishop Gomez also said in a Jan. 20 statement that he was praying for Biden, the country’s second Catholic president, as he enters office so that God grants “him wisdom and courage to lead this great nation and … to meet the tests of these times.”
Author focuses on ministry to Christians with mental health challenges
The author’s goal is educating readers about such challenges. By doing so, he hopes that those in medicine, ministry and society will improve the way they relate to those experiencing them.
Book among tiny handful of print resources for Catholic sex abuse victims
“Veronica’s Veil” offers a loosely systematized program for healing and renewal.
Encountering Jesus in reconciliation
Sin always breaks our personal communion with God. Healing this rupture requires reconciliation with both God and Christ’s body, the Church.