St. Augustine wrote: "The fifty days of Easter excludes fasts, since it is in anticipation of the banquet that awaits us on high."
If one overwhelming theme has struck James P. O’Sullivan since two bombs shook Boston on April 15, the Kansas City-area native finds that it is solidarity.
Evangelization is an uncomfortable word, one that a lot of us have heard and perhaps do not understand.
Last month, I heard a wonderful keynote address by Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Houston on "The Deacon as Servant of the New Evangelization."
The women arrive early, as the sun is creasing the horizon, hoping to beat the summer heat.
I’ve never met Charles Ellis of Indianapolis, but I know that we’re kindred spirits.
For five weeks prior to the solemnity of the Annunciation, it was not uncommon to see copies of Father Michael Gaitley’s book, “33 Days to Morning Glory,” being carried to Mass and adoration chapels everywhere…
Father Harry Schneider has a ready answer for anyone who asks him about the Cathedral of St. Peter here.
The last two weeks, I have devoted this column to examining some of the ramifications of the state recognizing same-sex unions as marriage.
Michael Rebout took a much-needed rest Easter Monday.