My wife always frets during this time of year. The fretting begins about three weeks before Thanksgiving and doesn’t end until some time after Christmas.
The news cycle is fickle. A big news story is only big until a new big story comes along. This is true even with Catholic
You may have heard about the openly homosexual Pennsylvania lawmaker who posted a video of himself trying to shame a woman saying the rosary outside
Sacred Heart Major Seminary’s (SHMS) initial open online course was such a tremendous success, SHMS is offering another one. The new course, “Mission of the
Are some kids more in need of the graces of Confirmation at an earlier age than others? Or is it that some children are ready
The Ecclesiastical Province of Detroit, comprising the Archdiocese of Detroit and the six dioceses in the State of Michigan, is a microcosm of the U.S.
If you are a cradle Roman Catholic, you were baptized as an infant and you probably received your First Holy Communion in first or second
If you are looking to grow in your faith and discover the true beauty of the Catholicism during this Lenten season, you might want to
Catholics in the U.S. learned three important lessons recently. We learned these lessons from our bishops. The first lesson was if you are teenaged Catholic
If you’ve ever felt the Holy Spirit urging you to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ, you might want to get in touch with
Just about everyone experiences some anxiety from time to time. But today instead of saying we are ‘feeling anxious’ we say we are ‘stressed’ or
Pope Francis says clericalism is the cause of the clergy sex abuse scandals. Cardinal Burke contends that the cause is immoral homosexual activity. Who is
Reading about the migrant caravan of 4,000 – 7,000 people marching through Mexico heading for the land of the free and the home of the
A lot of people don’t like to talk about death or dying. For many, death is a fearful thing. It’s a morbid subject. As the
Twice now recently, I’ve heard the ‘Flint Water Crisis’ used as an example of the “systemic racism” that still exists in our country today. But
The last couple months have certainly been depressing for a lot of Catholics. It brings to mind the title of a musical stage play from