One of the many sobering statistics about pornography use is that it plays a role in half of all divorces.
SCCC is informed by sacred Scriptures, Traditions and social teachings of the Catholic Church, and it serves as the public policy voice of the faithful.
Exodus 90 takes men on a trek away from their old selves, because they realize that their faith demands it.
As we ease into a new year, I’ve found myself considering spiritual growth through the lens of football.
As parishes begin a new year, many may ponder how they can further serve their communities.
The notion that “opposites attract” is a paradox.
This is the story of an African woman who would profess that she would never have come to know Jesus and enter his Church had she not been kidnapped.
As another year begins, it means the start of something new and the chance to make a change.
Bringing a toddler to Mass definitely leads me deeper into prayer — but not the contemplative kind.
Thanks to a recent promotion, I’m now manager of our department. How do I navigate going from peer to supervisor?
In my work as a professional organizer, I have had clients fall prey to the “get organized” sales pitch.
The most important thing we can do for our children is to foster their discipleship.
Mental health from a Catholic perspective reminds us that God has made us in his image and likeness.
Did you know that the “Twelve Days of Christmas” may have a deeper symbolic meaning?
As we navigate the changes left in the wake of the pandemic, this verse from Isaiah brings comfort.
Rejoice that you feel this discomfort; it’s a sign your marriage is healthy.
Cultivating your family's prayer life is as simple as including these tips in your everyday life.
Adopting five disabled children from a foreign country was not necessarily something they planned to do.
I love volunteering at my parish, and I’m considering a career change.
The USCCB Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church sponsored a national gathering in Chicago.
He Says: Now That We Can Gather Again as an Extended Family, I Want to Invite the Big Group for Thanksgiving.
This holiday season is a great opportunity to establish a new normal for your holiday traditions.
Know yourself, pray deeply, serve your community and stay close to the sacraments.
When Erica Nnemka Nwajiaku attends church on Sunday, she wants to feel “seen” and like she belongs.