Amid the din of their iPods and text messages, downloading and Facebooking, a few teens and young adults are carving out time for something very different in their lives: the solitude of eucharistic adoration.
Believe it or not, folks, it actually looks like a new English translation of the Mass is drawing close. It’s really going to happen after all!
Often before a problem can be solved, it must first be defined.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Which comes first, faith or the facts?
If we get stopped by the cops, what will I say?
Patrick Sullivan knew what he wanted when he grew up: a badge and a gun. He wanted to be a police officer.
Some guys grow up wanting to be a priest. Not Andrew Strobl.
When you’re a teenager, cool matters. And it mattered to Matthew Schiffelbein while he was growing up in Sacred Heart Parish in Topeka.
“We have given up everything and followed you. What will there be for us?” (Mt 19:18)
In reality, the church can survive without church buildings, as well as much of the infrastructure that we take for granted in our nation