“The work of the Holy Spirit within the Christian community forms the person as a disciple of Christ.”--From 'Disciples Called to Witness'
“The human experience provides the "sensible signs" that help us come to know ourselves, one another, and God.”--From 'Disciples Called to Witness'
“Additionally, Catholic schools and their teachers are witnesses to the faith.”--From 'Disciples Called to Witness'
“Spouses not only receive the love of Christ and become a saved community, but they are also called upon to communicate Christ's love to their brethren.” From "Disciples Called to Witness"
In this week's 'Sharing Faith' segment, Franciscan Father Robert Hutmacher discusses the performing arts ministry he founded in Chicago.
The late Scripture scholar Franciscan Father Hilarion Kistner responds to questions about the Bible in this week's 'Ask a Franciscan' segment.
This week's "American Catholic Radio" program looks at liturgy and prayer with 'Exploring Our Faith' guest Father Jan Michael Joncas.
“The public profession of one's faith through active participation in prayer, the sacraments, and especially Sunday Mass contributes to the sanctification of the world.” From "Disciples Called to Witness"
“One does not become a disciple of Christ on his or her own initiative.” From "Disciples Called to Witness"
“It is through human experience that one enters into a dialogue with modern culture.” From "Disciples Called to Witness"