“the Catholic response to contraception is based on the most fundamental principles of human life…”
Patrick Deneen,Associate Professor of Government at Georgetown University, had some stinging criticism of the Jesuit university, saying that Georgetown
My brother wins in my book for the coolest post ever on Facebook. One day out of the blue he just writes something like: “just went from 650 friends to about 400. If you’re reading this post, I guess it means you’re still my friend.”
On January 2, Medjugorje visionary Mirjana received a special message from Our Lady
The promise “I make all things new” addresses the heart cry of the entire human race. It answers our deepest longing. As the photos pour in from all over the world showing New Years celebrations, what is absolutely clear is that we all hope that we can begin again! At this time of the year, when we end one year and begin a new one, we seem compelled to make resolutions to change our lives. How deeply we want to begin again, to be made new. The Christian claim is that there is Good News! We can, through Jesus
In order to win us back to himself, to “reclaim” us and restore us in love, God chose to become one of us, to know us up close and personal. He “descended” into our world – with us, beside us. Just as each of us begins with our mothers, and that is a hugely important aspect of our personal identity, of our personal experience: it’s simply and essentially human to have our mothers
“…blessings and graces of 2011 St Melania’s holy life can help us reflect about how well we have used our time…”
At a time when the debate over the true nature of human freedom is rife with controversy and emotion, Catholics must seek to restore society to an understanding of what it means to be truly free.