Terrance Klein September 16, 2020
Never presume that you are one of the early hires and that Jesus offers his parable only to curb your jealousy of late arrivals. No, we all come so late in the day.
A sculpture of St. Damien of Molokai is seen at the U.S. Capitol in Washington in this 2017 file photo. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
The family members pointed out that the "final Hawaiian choice for Damien in 1965 was very thorough, with the widest possible popular support."
Our readers August 21, 2020
Letters on discerning out of religious life, Julian of Norwich and Catholic schools in the time of coronavirus.
Terrance Klein August 14, 2020
We use the words “mystery” and “miracle” not to say that science has been stumped but rather to express the expansive claim that an event makes upon us.
Larry Guthrie July 27, 2020
How a state with just 3 percent Catholics shaped the first U.S.-born martyr to be beatified by the Catholic Church
Gaby Guerrero July 24, 2020
This documentary can be considered one more piece of the recent American narrative pushing us continually to wake up to our past injustices.