by Tina McCormick
How do modern, outspoken, confident women fit into the daily life of the Catholic Church? To find an answer to such age-old questions and fresh inspiration for today’s gutsy women, we need look no further than 12th-century Germany and the...Read more +
by Jennifer Manning
Jesus “is not a professor, a teacher, a mystic who is far from the people and speaks from the professor’s chair, Pope Francis explained in his Sept. 10, 2014 homily.
“No!,” the Holy Father emphasized. Jesus, he:
is in the midst...Read more +
by Natalie Plumb
The debate about the nature of marriage is rapidly unfolding. On the state level, this debate continues to garner attention from our religious and political leaders, same-sex marriage advocates, parents, professors and students.
On Sept. 10, in Washington, D.C. –...Read more +
by Sarah Metts
The murder of U.S. journalist James Foley, and the posting of a video of the murder on the internet this past Tuesday evening by the Islamic State is both heartbreaking and appalling. First of all, heartbreaking for his grieving family,...Read more +
by Elise Italiano
If the first year of Pope Francis’ pontificate could be characterized by one word, it would certainly be “joy.” The world has been awed by a man who has brought an infectious love for Christ and the gospel to people...Read more +
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