As we enter 2022, we are invited to reevaluate the progress of our individual paths to holiness in the Lord.
This Advent, as we prepare ourselves for the arrival of Christ’s Nativity, we are given time to contemplate the nature of his birth, what it means for humanity and even what it means for the history of our world.
As Catholics, we are called to be faithful servants — to be strong and of good courage.
Every October, we celebrate Respect Life Month, when we consider more deeply why every human life has dignity and is valuable and worthy.
Just this year, Pope Francis designated the fourth Sunday of each July as the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly.
Our Catholic faith has always celebrated the pursuit of knowledge for the glory of God, and education is an integral part of this work.
Photo: An engraving of the Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbar. From the Dioces...
My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Our Bicentennial celebration magazi...
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