Young men at Cleveland’s St. Ignatius High School help bury strangers who have few others to mourn them. By Mary Ellen Pellegrini
JASON BERRY doesn’t mince words. It’s not that he’s impolite or rude. In fact, he’s a soft-spoken Southern gentleman who is unfailingly gracious and considerate. But ask him a tough, direct question and you get a no-nonsense reply.This is especially true when the topic at hand is the
The author of "Francis: The Journey and the Dream" explains why the book remains so popular.
Let’s learn to admire one another’s faiths, says this American Muslim.
A sports journalist reflects on the spirituality of physical activity. By B.G. Kelley
Why is this semi-retired publisher so high on being a Catholic? Michael Leach’s Why Stay Catholic? Unexpected Answers to a Life-Changing Question, published by Loyola Press last March, builds on his previous bestseller, I Like Being Catholic, co-edited with Therese J. Borchard. That was a collection of other people’s stories,
Archbishop Oscar Romero may have been murdered three decades ago, but his presence live on in El Salvador. By Peter Feuherd
This month The Rite opens at movie theaters across the United States. It’s the gripping tale of a San Jose, California, priest, Father Gary Thomas, who at his bishop’s request went to Rome to study exorcism. Matt Baglio, an American journalist in Rome, wrote a book based on Father Gary’s story.
At Franciscan Media, we love the saints. Their lives inspire us, but more, their union with us in the “communion of saints” is a source of help. By Greg Friedman, OFM