Pope Francis told the million Congolese gathered before him that Jesus has shown “three sources” from which “to nurture peace ...
An independent commission has confirmed claims of sexual abuse against L’Arche’s founder, Jean Vanier, and unearthed evidence that sexual exploitation was his primary motivation for founding the ...
A Reflection for the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. Find today’s readings here. It’s hard to celebrate the Presentation of the Lord right now. Every time I sit with th ...
The challenge of speaking truth to those closest to us is not just a challenge for prophets, and not just a challenge for Christians. Throughout the Bible, prophets were those who saw selfishness or ...
Hands off Africa!” Pope Francis said on the first day of his visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. “Stop choking ...
The experience of the sacrament of penance in the Roman rite will be slightly different this Lent, thanks to approved changes in the English translation set to take effect in a few weeks.
Black Catholic artist Wayman Scott’s Baltimore Pietà depicts a Black mother holding her dead son, reframing the famous ...
A year after his death, a look back on the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh—and his influence on many American writers on ...
Toussaint Kafarhire Murhula, S.J., a priest in the Democratic Republic of Congo, describes the joy of Congolese people at the pope's visit and his hopes for what the pope's journey might bring.
We relate to God in ways that are both intimately personal (a morning prayer over a cup of coffee) and undertaken with others ...
This week on “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria speaks with Sister Anne Victory, a board member at U.S. Catholic Sisters ...
Any Hispanic student should be able to say, “One day I want to be a teacher—or a leader—like my Hispanic teacher.” ...