Thursday, July 28, 20220123The Neuhoff Institute for Ministry & Evangelization at the University of Dallas is hosting a one-day retreat, “Between Ourselves in Light: The Spiritual Moment of Listening” on Aug. 6.
Monday, July 18, 202205The Gospel story of the sisters Mary and Martha, one sitting at Jesus' feet and the other making sure their guest was served, is a lesson to Christians that every good deed done for others should flow from listening to God's word, Pope Francis said.
Friday, July 15, 20220181When the Lord appeared to two of his followers on their way to Emmaus, it was obvious that the men were cold, disappointed, and confused about all that had happened in recent times, especially the crucifixion of the man called Jesus. They were at a loss as to what they could do now that he was no more. And even though they had heard...
Thursday, July 14, 2022017San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller was still tending to the pain of the community of Uvalde, Texas, reeling from a mass school shooting that in late May left 19 children and their two teachers dead, when another tragedy landed on the doorstep of his Texas diocese.
Tuesday, June 28, 2022027Finding healing and exploring ways to work more effectively with diverse communities was the focus of the general session on the second day of the "Alive in Christ: Young, Diverse, Prophetic Voices Journeying Together," a multicultural national gathering of Catholic ministry leaders in Chicago June 23-26.
Tuesday, June 28, 2022028In a 6-3 vote June 27, the Supreme Court ruled that a former high school football coach had the right to pray on the football field after games because his prayers were private speech and did not represent the public school's endorsement of religion.
Wednesday, June 22, 2022021VATICAN CITY -- Elderly Christians are called to bear witness to the strength that comes from God, especially when moments of frailty and weakness make them dependent on others, Pope Francis said.
Tuesday, June 21, 2022019When received with faith, the Eucharist not only nourishes and satisfies one's hunger for consolation and love, but gives Christians the strength to nourish others, Pope Francis said.