Por qué deberíamos escoger una educación Católica?” Es la pregunta que a Mary Jane Dorn, directora de Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School en Homewood, le preguntan mucho los padres de familia, buscando un lugar en donde educar a sus hijos.
"Why choose Catholic education?” That is a question Mary Jane Dorn gets asked a lot.
There comes a time when we, as Catholics, have to be able to defend and explain certain teachings of our Catholic faith ... Our faith is based on reason and logic.
Quality alone time is good for our mental and spiritual health, and helps us to be better companions.
St. Jerome said it best: “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.”
I’m a brand new grandma. This new status got me thinking about the blessing grandparents can be.
Bishop Raica opened the diocesan phase of Synod 2021-2023, “For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, and Mission.”
Let’s renew our efforts in the upcoming New Year to be present to those in our family.
A look at the sacrament of confirmation.
“I was really scared of not having any friends, but everyone welcomed me and invited me,” says Nayeli Ramirez, a seventh-grade student at St. Ann Catholic School in Decatur.
Seminarians Patrick DePew and Max Gallegos were admitted to Candidacy for Holy Orders by our own Bishop Steven J. Raica.
Premier Christian Radio sponsored a survey to investigate how COVID-19 has affected religious beliefs.
This year's Catholic Schools Week is devoted to Faith, Excellence, and Service.
I spend a lot of effort thinking about the meaning of Catholic education from different perspectives.
I was overwhelmed by the sense that I had come home.
Are you emotionally or physically stressed, or simply have the feeling that “your work here is done”?
We can be more effective in our daily tasks if we make ourselves available in the present moment.
Students and families at our Catholic schools grow in the rich soil of Catholic education.
More than 800 young people and parish leaders gathered to encounter our Lord more deeply in the Eucharist.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church doesn’t waste time proclaiming the core of our faith.
“If you’re not getting better, you’re getting worse!”
We seem to live in a world that rewards the outgoing, extroverted kids who make friends easily.