August 15-22, 2016
The Bible itself presents family life not as an abstract ideal but as what the Holy Father calls a “work of craftsmanship.”
What my disability developed later in life taught me
Union in Communion“Longing for Communion,” by Timothy P. O’Malley (7/18), presents the concrete situation confronted by many Catholic-Lutheran partners today in the United States. The starting point for a pastoral approach to these couples ought to be the union, however imperfect,
What is at stake is a significant increase in the already distressingly high number of abortions.
It is likely that “you don’t see them because they don’t come.”
Maybe that's the subconscious appeal of sports: how we might tempt death through a game.