Mental health from a Catholic perspective reminds us that God has made us in his image and likeness.
How can the average family take steps to harbor the homeless and provide a place for the vulnerable?
See how sharp your “heresy hunting” skills are by examining each of the following statements about Jesus Christ.
Simply put, to consecrate something means to make it holy.
Raise your hand if someone in your family has fallen away from the faith in recent years.
Not too many saints are known for fighting demons and their hermit lifestyles, but St. Anthony the Abbot is one.
I am composing these words on October 11, 2022, which is the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council.
Thanks to a recent promotion, I’m now manager of our department. How do I navigate going from peer to supervisor?
The notion that “opposites attract” is a paradox.
The most important thing we can do for our children is to foster their discipleship.
The year was 1223 and, for most Christians, sacred Scripture was all but inaccessible.
There was a time when Ikenna Njoku would sit before the Blessed Sacrament during adoration and sob.
Did you know that the “Twelve Days of Christmas” may have a deeper symbolic meaning?
Rejoice that you feel this discomfort; it’s a sign your marriage is healthy.
As we navigate the changes left in the wake of the pandemic, this verse from Isaiah brings comfort.
I hope these ideas can be a gentle nudge to step out as the domestic Church and seek those in need.
During Advent, we undertake a spiritual journey to meet the infant Christ.
The time spent planning, shopping, wrapping, and assembling is all worth it when they see the gifts.
Blessed Carlo Acutis is the patron saint of the first year of the National Eucharistic Revival and one of its intercessors.
The word “Advent” derives from the Latin adventus, meaning “coming.”
St. Olympias was orphaned and widowed, and she still managed to serve God and the poor.
I feel your heartbreak, and as a priest, I know it well. I have walked with six distinct congregations.