We often have more compassion for others than for ourselves. By Joyce Rupp
Peace is not found; with God’s help, it is built. Saint Francis of Assisi can show us the way. By Pat McCloskey, OFM
When Saint John Paul II introduced these rosary mysteries, this author found a new way to pray through Ordinary Time. By Patricia Robertson
Film critic Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews "Silence," "Patriots Day," and "Collateral Beauty."
Sickness damages more than our bodies. Here are five ways to help you cope. By Rita E. Piro
As a young man, Jorge Bergoglio could be rowdy, studious, flirtatious, and fun. But God was calling him, all the while. By Elisabetta Piqué
Next time you’re at church, stop and look around. You might be surprised by what you find. By Theresa Doyle-Nelson
The reform of the Roman Curia is not a mere face-lift to rejuvenate an aging body but a process of deep, personal conversion, Pope Francis said.
She learned the true meaning of Christmas on her family’s farm. By Rita Waters Mailander
Saint Francis, who loved to celebrate the Incarnation, would enjoy the extended celebration of the season in Austria. His followers there build on a long tradition. By Marilyn and Paul Nejelski