St. Cecilia has inspired Christians and artists for centuries.
I wasn’t prepared for the sudden finality of death.
The consequential adventure of marriage and family life offers a fulfilling pathway toward human flourishing.
“It is to those who have the most need of us that we ought to show our love.” - St. Francis de Sales
Theology 101 is taking a peek behind the scenes of some of the prominent figures, groups and events referenced in the New Testament.
Many challenges come with a caregiving role, but it can also be filled with endless rewards.
They can be traced back to the beginning of the Roman army.
"I am struggling mightily to figure out what to do. There are days I just can’t take it anymore and I struggle with guilt about how I feel."
Pause and reflect on the famous quote from St. Jerome: “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.”
Inspired by the stories of missionaries, St. Daniel Comboni consecrated his life to Africa at 18.
We cannot go back to what existed before the pandemic. We are not the same, and our world is definitely not the same. How do we move forward in our faith after the pandemic?
Let’s be honest, work is real and a healthy work/life balance is often elusive. So start small and reclaim Sunday.
According to the Gospels of Mark, Luke and Matthew, Jesus saw a tax collector sitting at his customs post and said, “Follow me.”
Moving through the grief process after the death of a loved one has a large social component.
A look behind the scenes at the ancient roots of the word.
On the third anniversary of his ordination, Fr. Jonathan reflects on the gift of priesthood.
In this follow-up question about the Mass, Fr. Joe looks at how we can increase our reverence, and reminds us that we "simply have to remember that the desire to be reverent at Mass is holy."
The lives of holy men and women witness that with God, we must always expect the unexpected.
Mary saying yes to God was one of the most significant acts of obedience in human history.
Five hundred years ago, a cannonball changed the course of Ignatius of Loyola’s life.
I have a friend who says everything was much more reverent before the 1960s and that we should go back to the way things used to be. This is making me question what happens at Mass on Sunday.
Put Jesus first and feed your mind with the truth.
Unlike in most parishes, my priest did not appear to minister during the COVID pandemic.