We must vow to continue to work to strengthen marriage and defend it against all forms of its weakening, for the good of all society
Archive for Category: "That They May All Be One"
Matthew Kelly states that within eight years after their confirmation, 85 percent of our Catholic young people have given up the practice of their faith
The month of May has, since my youth, been associated in my mind with devotion to Mary, Mother of Jesus and Mother of the Church. And Mary always brings hope, warmth and joy.
Faith in Action follows Church’s teachings on human sexuality
Archbishop Nienstedt reflects on papal transition
The Good Friday collection provides much-needed financial assistance
For all the expectations placed upon them, priests today are experiencing surprisingly low levels of burnout and high levels of satisfaction with their lives
I heartily recommend each of us making a specific resolution this Lent in the areas of prayer, fasting and almsgiving
Here in our archdiocese, our Catholic Charities, with the support of Catholic Services Appeal dollars, has provided migration and refugee services for over 30 years
Feasts of Epiphany and Baptism of the Lord are followed by Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and sad anniversary of Roe v. Wade
As O’Henry recounts, they “most unwisely sacrificed for each other the greatest treasures of their house. But . . . of all who give gifts, these two were the wisest. . . . They are the magi.”