The upcoming Olympic games will turn all eyes to China, yet one can’t help but notice Darfur in the corner of the eye.
Since January, I have been assisting Matt Karr and the staff in the archdiocesan office of evangelization and catechesis with the evangelization listening sessions that have been held throughout the archdiocese.
The voice of Jesus is clearer than you think.
When someone we love dies, we can experience a variety of emotions. We might feel relief that their struggle has ended. We might feel sorrow at our loss. We might even feel anger.
"What is truth?” (Jn 18: 38) One of the most famous questions in history was uttered by an exasperated Pontius Pilate during his interrogation of Jesus.
The moment we open our mouths we give ourselves away.
Break out those party hats and noise-makers! Finalize those resolutions! Tune up those voices and get ready to belt out that traditional favorite, “Auld Lang Syne”! Yes, it’s that time once again!
As we continue our walk through the Passion, we come to the trial — actually trials — of Jesus.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of "Humane Vitae" ("Of Human Life”), the papal encyclical of Pope Paul VI that primarily ad- dresses the transmission of human life and contraceptives.
As a convert to the Catholic faith, I initially viewed Lent as a time of hardship and deprivation.