For Easter, we Catholics sure do a lot of preparing. What happens when the day finally passes?
This is a great question, and I would like to look at it in two parts.
This month, we Little Sisters and our Residents and staff will observe two major...
Read more about this patron of social workers and co-founder of the Daughters of Charity.
Spiritual direction is the opportunity to check in with a spiritual mentor who is willing to accompany you with guidance, advice, teaching, and encouragement on your path to sanctity.
Theology 101 is taking a peek behind the scenes.
Like a misplaced phone, wallet or keys, are you looking everywhere for God, but not seeing him? FAITH Columnist Pete Burak reminds us that God isn't hiding.
Know that all of us who are engaged in our Diocese’s retreat ministry support you with prayer.
Thank you for the lesson on the particular judgment, Father. But the person wrote and asked about the Final Judgment. What is that?
The list of grave issues that must be addressed during a future papal interregnum, and by the cardinal-electors in a conclave, continues to grow.
Please pray for the faithful departed buried at the Holy Cross cemeteries in November.
Tell Jesus what’s on your heart, and take time to listen to his response.
Speaking on the Feast of St. Stephen the Martyr, he said, “the Lord wants us to make our lives masterpieces through the ordinary things, the everyday things we do.”
In 2020 we learned to embrace “the adventure of living one day at a time” rather than counting on ‘best-laid plans.’
A voice of truth and reform when the Church was struggling with corruption and immorality.
I’ve been having a difficult time with the idea that I’m called to be a saint.
Was featured prominently in the Acts of the Apostles as one of seven men selected to be the first deacons of the Church.
The Pandemic of 2020 has been hard on every Catholic.
As the father of four young children, the Holy Spirit pricked my heart when the well-known and surprisingly profound “This Little Light of Mine” came blasting through the speaker.
As the Christmas season approaches, our thoughts turn to Christ and his birth.
The Gospels provide us with guidance as we seek to properly order our actions.
Remember the souls of these departed bishops, priests, and deacons.
How do we respond to God’s invitations, gifts and corrections?
I want to offer some concrete suggestions of how to grow in prayer and unity.