God speaks in many tongues and to every color and age of people. By Joan Chittister
There's little chance of catching a quick nap during "Sleepless" (Open Road), a noisy, vulgar, and highly violent police drama.
When family stresses get to this frazzled mom, her kids help her see the mystery, drama, and meaning all around her. By Karen Muensterman
We often have more compassion for others than for ourselves. By Joyce Rupp
Troubles will come. It's how we relate to them that matters. By Michael Scanlan, TOR.
When Saint John Paul II introduced these rosary mysteries, this author found a new way to pray through Ordinary Time. By Patricia Robertson
It's the location of the Last Supper, the gathering place of the apostles, and the home of Pentecost. By Msgr. Peter J. Vaghi
The Catholic Benefits Association, the Diocese of Fargo and Catholic Charities North Dakota filed a lawsuit Dec. 28 in U.S. District Court in North Dakota against a federal regulation scheduled to take effect Jan. 1 that redefines "sex" for anti-discrimination purposes to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
More than 3.9 million pilgrims visited and attended papal events, liturgies or prayer services during the Holy Year of Mercy in 2016, the Vatican said.
New York's Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan will take part in the upcoming presidential inauguration of Republican Donald Trump.