During the holidays, many people get involved in giving and serving. Does it have to end with the season? And how can we give so that it truly benefits others?
August 9 will be the first ever national meeting of new Catholic ecclesial movements and communities. From answering the needs of the poor, uneducated and sick, to those seeking renewal in marriage or seeking peace at all levels, from deepening a Marian devotion to trying to build unity – these groups are lived together in and for the Church.
What law school doesn’t prepare lawyers for is dealing with mental illness in court. Judge David Shaheed shares about his search for alternative solutions.
Is the world getting better? Senator Douglas Roche, expert in nuclear disarmament gives his perspective
Passing on values and faith to children: one couple’s efforts to teach respect, sharing and a readiness to let go
The Catholic bishops’ questionnaire starts an open conversation about the church’s teaching on family
Rooming together, we six young guys in Milan wanted to live the Gospel. Yet it wasn’t easy at all. One evening, we spoke openly and each one said that he was sorry. It didn’t remain without consequences…
Sports for change: Through soccer, youth in a small town in South Africa grow closer