The state of the world and the times we’re living in are robbing us of energy, of life, and of God. But you don’t have to let that happen.
Pope Francis has called for priests to be “pastoral rather than political” when faced with the question of who can receive communion. But what the holy father is perhaps unwittingly calling for is actually contrary to good pastoral care. At its heart it is a betrayal of the entire fold.
Let listening to worldly news be bitter food for you, and let the words of saintly men be as combs filled with honey-St. Basil the Great
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.
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?
Fake news? Says who? Extremist speech? According to who? The latest craze in secular rhetoric is to disqualify truth by labeling it as fraudulent, dishonest, cruel, or unjust. The secular super powers who control the […]
Here we go again! The sex abuse crisis in the Church is, once again, all over the news, and various priests and bishops are, once again, offering commentary and expressing sadness, shock, shame, while calling […]
Who do people say that the Church is? A Church of scandal, or the true mystical Body of Christ?