"remember to love people and use things, rather than to love things and use people"-Archbishop Fulton Sheen
Today I saw something that made me laugh. Two little signs on the front gate of a Lutheran church read “Be like Jesus” and “Listen to your soul”. Bad idea…
The Catholic churches in America are making faulty arguments in defense of our rights to attend mass. Here’s what they should be saying, and why.
The answer is both! But so many of us are fixed only on one or the other. Therein is the problem of the modern Catholic Church, and so many modern Catholics.
Some priests are talking like characters in a storybook. But others are sounding like they’re real.
Like ancient Egypt, will modern man require more than just one plague to get the message God is sending?
During this pandemic the Lord is asking us to keep watch and pray. But many of us are still sound asleep.
The Coronavirus pandemic is playing out more like an apocalypse than a virus pandemic. What should Catholics actually be doing during this trial?
How should Catholics—and all Christians—live out these days of the Coronavirus pandemic?
A priest has apologized for “hurtful” remarks about Islam. But was he correct to reference Catholic “teaching” in his apology?
Growing in holiness and ridding ourselves of our vices is hard work. But as Catholics, our souls are in good care