The United States is suffering from an epidemic of despair. The Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, one of the earliest descriptions of a Christian community, offers one way to cultivate love.
For people living with this chronic illness seeing aspects of their daily life on screen can be startling and affirming.
Catholic parents should vaccinate their children for the good of their children and the community said the Pontifical Academy for Life.
A new Vatican team supports fitness and the value of being Christian. And they just might make it to the Olympics someday.
People love yoga. People love the spirituality of St. Ignatius Loyola. Mash the two together, and you have created a nice, marketable concept that can sweep a bundle of folks into the arms of the Lord and/or the Society of Jesus.
Many of those attending a Feb. 3 workshop on the opioid crisis at the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering in Washington told personal stories of pain and loss.