FaithFaith in Focus
Sarah Sparks
If the Latin Mass that I attend currently were to cease, I would be back to square one for determining which aspects of myself I am willing to sacrifice on Sunday.
FaithFaith in Focus
Lizzy Dowd
I could not imagine someone loving all of me: my mind, soul, corny jokes, leg weakness, kidney issues.
FaithDispatches
Molly Cahill
Coronavirus health restrictions created profound obstacles for the communal relationships and interplay of everyday life at L’Arche communities.
FaithNews
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
"I strongly reaffirm the right of persons with disabilities to receive the sacraments, like all other members of the church. All liturgical celebrations in the parish should be accessible to them."
The image displays five photos of the five members of the prayer service's organizing committee: Moira Egan, a white woman in her 50s with dark hair (top left); Kathleen Friel, a white woman with short hair wearing glasses (top middle); Ricardo da Silva, S.J., a white man who is bald with a brown beard, wearing glasses (top right); Father John Mulreany, S.J., wearing clerical carb that is black, and glasses (bottom left); Allison Connelly, white woman, light brown hair and glasses (bottom right)
FaithGoodNews
Erika Rasmussen
An New York City parish organized a fully accessible prayer service for people with disabilities, who even in the church are often forgotten on the margins.
Photo: iStock
Arts & CultureFilm
America Staff
These stories remind us that while the fight for justice is never over, individuals can make a difference, often with the help of their faith.