I LOVE THE BIBLE! It is not just a book or a library.
In an Apostolic Letter dedicated to sacred Scripture, Pope Francis said that, even today, Christians can learn new things from the countless translations of the Bible that exist.
Eight years have passed since our trip to Scotland, but that delicious shortbread remained in my memory.
Parishioners share their traditions that honor loved ones who have gone before them
“I didn’t believe in the Eucharist or understand the rituals, but I knew there was something beautiful about a church full of students on a weeknight. These people were worshipping God when they could have been out doing anything they wanted."
When our work team has to make business decisions, we often struggle and get stuck.
How do we respond to God’s invitations, gifts and corrections?
Unlike in most parishes, my priest did not appear to minister during the COVID pandemic. I feel abandoned, so why should I go back to my parish?
Past feature stories from survivors on the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII.
High School student Noel Spence relies on God as his safety net.
A small act to support a foster parent on the Rosebud Indian Reservation grew into a group effort.
Now, with that said, there are some questions worth considering.
High School and College students open up about feeling God’s grace.
How to joyfully decide whether to visit his parents or hers.
Pope Francis focuses on many of the issues that serve to fracture our relationships with each other and with society.
Parishes and diocesan ministries reacted quickly with online formation and fellowship.
One of our goals as parents is to raise strong, independent, free-thinking adults.
Thanks and praise be to God! The pledge total for our Diocesan Services Appeal has surpassed our $5.2 million goal!
Autumn teaches other pro-life college students to be brave and treat others with love.
The Gospels provide us with guidance as we seek to properly order our actions.
If you are like me, and you are afraid that God does not see you, I am here to tell you something.