One of the clichés spread by self-help circles holds that people already know most of the things they need to know.
"Help!" That's one word guaranteed to get someone's attention.
Pope Benedict, in his recent encyclical letter, “Spe Salvi — On Christian Hope,” recognizes that we all have many personal hopes that change with the various stages of life.
The Catholic Church affirms the sanctity and dignity of every human life as a precious gift of a loving God.
Have you ever seen a homeless person? Most of us have — if not in person, we have seen them on television or in the movies.
In this Sunday’s Gospel reading, Jesus identifies himself as a gate for the sheep.
Picture the Pearly Gates, guarded by an attentive St. Peter. Standing just outside those gates are yours truly and Bill Self, head basketball coach at the University of Kansas.
This week, I continue with reflections on Pope Benedict’s second encyclical letter, “Spe Salve — On Christian Hope.”
Business or pleasure? That question often greets a person going on a trip in our day and age.
Did you know that Christmas will be celebrated "late" this year?