Fr. Roberto Ubertino, Founder and Executive Director of St. John the Compassionate Mission, shares that there is little that we can do to solve the world's problems, yet that little is perhaps the most important thing in the world.
On a new " Ancient Faith Commentaries," Fr. Lawrence Farley argues that the popularity of destination weddings is symptomatic of a more profound cultural dysfunction—namely, the modern preoccupation with self.
On a new "Sacramental Living," author, speaker, and religious educator Michael Haldas helps us understand the critical difference between intelligence and wisdom.
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From the Blogs
Creation, Order, and Salvation
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon
Sat, Nov 28, 2015
The apostles, when they went forth to proclaim the Lordship of Jesus, consistently placed that message in a particular context: the cosmology of the Bible, based on the doctrine of Creation. Although the…
You Barely Make a Difference and It’s a Good Thing
Fr. Stephen Freeman
Tue, Dec 01, 2015
You are not saving the world. In fact, you barely make a difference. These are harsh words. They are meant like a splash of cold water to wake us up from the dream in which we live. They are by no means…
Oneness in the Church: The Key to Generosity and Good Works
Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick
Mon, Nov 23, 2015
Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Pentecost / Ninth Sunday of Luke, November 22, 2015 Ephesians 4:1-7; Luke 12:16-21 Rev. Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,…