We all know suffering when we see it and we’ve all experienced it in some form. For many people, unfortunately, suffering leads to pushing away
Conversations about moral issues today are often fueled with passion. But in many cases I have found that they are also rooted in a great
An exhortation to develop an interior life or to deepen one’s relationship with Jesus—is, in and of itself, good. Yet, simply attempting to persuade someone
This article is the second in a series on the Mass which focuses on the scriptural basis of the Catholic Celebration of the Eucharist, the Breaking
Discussing theology with our Protestant brothers and sisters is often interesting, but it can also be quite frustrating. For instance, many Protestants, particularly those from
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
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
These days, it’s difficult to be Catholic. And now more than ever it’s hard to evangelize the Faith. I don’t think anyone will argue this.
Recently, I saw a story on the news about a toddler walking on the roof of a porch wearing only a diaper. He had squeezed
To be judgmental in matters involving the sins of others is, in this author’s estimation, comparable to being an armchair quarterback or a backseat driver.