Since we are created in God’s image and likeness, each of us is wired for the true, the good and the beautiful.
Imagine you were in the eternal city when the Church of Rome decided to change the liturgical language from Greek to Latin.
Whenever my nephew plays the game “Two Truths and a Lie,” he likes to state that he was once an altar server in St. Peter’s Basilica.
Summer is celebrated as a time of leisure in many of our songs, such as “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy.”
God’s own 20th Century Eucharistic Revival.
As my oldest daughter nears her teen years, I find myself talking to her about the opening chapters of the Bible.
Christmas Eve in Canada, 1968. I remember sitting on the floor in our darkened living room.
Halloween is on the horizon, which means that images and costumes of ghosts are filling our television screens and streets.
I have been reflecting on what it means to be fully “pro-life” as Catholic Christians.