The Maronite experience

The Maronite Church in the U.S. shares a history of immigrants struggling to maintain ...

Serving the resurrected Christ in his children

Risen Savior Missions annually provides food to 100,000 starving children in the ...

The Galileo incident

Science and faith are not incompatible, but scientific discoveries sometimes challenge ...

The Epiphany: Christ revealed

Epiphany often gets combined with other celebrations, like Christmas or the Baptism of ...

The delicate balancing act

We can’t ignore the past, avoid the present or escape the future — but God is Lord of ...

From our hearts to the world

Building peace is a personal process that begins with deeper conversion to Jesus and ...

How Byzantine Catholics prepare for the Nativity (and Theophany)

St. Philip’s Fast — a six-week period of penance — reflects how Byzantine and Roman ...

Pope Francis: For a poor, merciful Church

A pope of firsts — first pope of the Americas, Southern Hemisphere and Jesuits — ...

Prepare ye your Advent playlist

Largely neglected by even most Christians, Advent music provides an enjoyable, ...

So much stuff! Making room for God

Maybe it’s time to take the step from messiness to simplicity, decluttering your home ...

Maternity homes seek to empower women

Homes across the country offer safety, community to mothers in need during and after ...

Benedict XVI: Brilliant humility

While he’s known as the pope who resigned, Benedict XVI’s life and pontificate are ...

The ferocity and tenderness of forgiveness in marriage

Despite the frailty of human nature, the bond of marriage is lasting, and couples ...

Finding silence and embracing loss

Cardinal Robert Sarah’s book ‘The Power of Silence’ prompts an invitation to let God ...

Pope St. John Paul II: Witness to the world

In his 26-year pontificate, John Paul II reflected Christ’s deep sacrificial love for ...
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