Junno Arocho Esteves - Catholic News Service
“Please; to be with Jesus is to be joyful, it is also to have the capacity that holiness gives us to have this sense of humor.”
The cast of ‘Father Ted,’ from left clockwise: Pauline McLynn, Dermot Morgan, Ardal O'Hanlon and Frank Kelly (photo: Alamy/Moviestore Collection Ltd)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Addison Del Mastro
“Father Ted” can be seen as both a relic of an Irish moment and a humorous, but serious, argument against the confessional state.
Socialite turned nun Ann Russell Miller
Alejandra Molina - Religion News Service
San Francisco socialite Ann Russell Miller spent her early adult years chairing benefit galas, vacationing on yachts along the Mediterranean. But when her husband died, Miller took vows of silence and poverty to become Sister Mary Joseph.
Arts & CultureMusic
Mary Grace Mangano
“Living For The Other Side” is one way to stay conscious and alive, and to be reminded of what we are worshipping.
FaithFaith in Focus
Gregory Hillis
When Brother Frederic Collins arrived at the abbey of Gethsemani, he was a product of his upbringing. A businessman with a degree in business, he was uncritical of U.S. free-market capitalism. Then he met Merton.
Matt Sedensky - Associated Press
Around the Felician world, gripping news trickled out from their convent in Livonia, Michigan, last March, of sisters becoming sick and being hospitalized.