Lent is a time of prayer, penance, fasting and almsgiving in preparation for the celebration of the Paschal Mystery. But another event for which we
Among the many hard teachings of Christ that is deeply “offensive” to the dominant secular culture today is the Church’s age-old prohibition of the use
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
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
We’ve all experienced suffering in some way. It is a plight of humanity. Yet, to define suffering is not so easy because it comes in
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
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
Have you heard of Courage International? It is the official Catholic apostolate for men, women, and their loved ones who struggle with SSA (same-sex attraction).
More than just preparing for the Nativity of Christ at Christmas, the Church reminds us that during Advent we are also to prepare for Christ’s
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
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.
Some Catholics are pretty worked up over the news about the recent change to paragraph 2267 (the death penalty) in the Catechism. But many more are