People in biblical times appreciated a good meal Even when food was scarce providing a meal for others was a sign of one rsquo s generosity and hospitality The sacrifices that people offered in Old Testament times at the Jerusalem temple were essentially meals with God and God rsquo s people Whe
Five ways to reach out to young Catholics
A Modest Proposal Since America expresses such confidence in the ability of the United Nations to resolve humanitarian crises in “The Duty to Protect” (6/9), I propose that the U.N. and its entire bureaucracy be moved out of New York to Khartoum, capital city of Sudan and the location of
Redeemed A spiritual Misfit Stumbles Toward God Marginal Sanity and the Peace That Passes All By Heather King Viking 238p 24 95 A brutally honest moving and heartfelt memoir Redeemed is an account of ongoing recovery conversion to Catholicism and a journey across terrifying borders into a new
A bishop reflects on the changing voice of the laity.
When a film takes in over $100 million in its first weekend, no one much cares what reviewers say about it. The corporate verdict is in. Negative reactions can be dismissed as “elitist,” a word that has become pivotal in presidential campaign rhetoric. Positive comments can be lamented a