Bishops' Corner

The Vocation to Work: The Dignity of Labor

By Bishop Arthur Serratelli

In 1904, St. Louis, Missouri hosted the 21st World’s Fair. The fair was so big that a visitor would need more than a week to give even a casual... (Read more)

Some personal thoughts on the months ahead

By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput

My column this week is a collection of personal comments.  Read it as thoughts from a brother in the faith, not as teachings from an... (Read more)
As a citizen of this country, as a Catholic Priest and Bishop, and as an African-American, I am deeply distressed by the recent violent eruptions... (Read more)

After the latest mass shooting

By Archbishop José H. Gomez

In the face of the mass murders in Orlando, Florida, this weekend, it is difficult to write. It is complicated and frustrating and it feels... (Read more)

Going Dutch with Death: The Question

By Bishop Arthur Serratelli

When the early Dutch settlers arrived in the American colonies, they brought with them a unique piece of architecture that immediately became... (Read more)

Gender Identity: The New Frontier

By Bishop Arthur Serratelli

On April 19, 2016 the retail store Target announced that it would provide gender neutral bathrooms and also allow men and women to use the same... (Read more)

Time for healing, not lamenting

By Bishop James D. Conley

On Friday, May 13, the U.S. Department of Education and Department of Justice issued a joint instruction, which they called “significant... (Read more)

Our daily bread

By Archbishop José H. Gomez

May is Mary’s Month. It is a new moment in the springtime of the year when we reflect on the love that our Blessed Mother showed to us in bringing... (Read more)

Pope’s invitation to families: Live the Gospel

By Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila

Two weeks ago I issued a statement saying that I would study Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia,” or “The Joy of Love.” As I’ve... (Read more)

Forever in our Mother’s Heart

By Bishop Arthur Serratelli

In the 19th century, before the age of television, oratory was an extremely popular form of entertainment. During those golden years of public... (Read more)

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