Recently, I read a book entitled “Advent of the Heart,” a collection of seasonal sermons and prison writings of Father Alfred Delp, SJ.
One of my major pastoral priorities in the archdiocese is to cultivate the spirituality of stewardship.
This week is the third in a trilogy of columns inspired by “Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light” — a book of formerly unpublished writings of this remarkable contemporary saint.
Last week, I shared some reflections inspired by the book “Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light,” a commentary on some of the previously unpublished writings of the saint of Calcutta.
I recently read "Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light — The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta.”
You may never hear me make this request to you again, but I want you to go to the movies.
During the homily for the installation of a new pastor, I preach about the many expectations we have for priests today.
Does it make any difference to what church or faith community one belongs?
Recently, I received a letter from a teenager who said that her grandmother, who is a Baptist, believes that she and other Catholic members of her family are going to hell.
I spend a fair amount of time on airplanes or in airports.