Deacon Pedro continues deacon-structing angels with a look at St. Thomas Aquinas' hierarchy and the teachings in the Catechism. more
St. Francis of Assisi is famous for his love for all God's creatures. But do you know these other stories of saints who befriended animals? more
Our wounds, when healed, don’t disappear, but they do become access points for God to enter into our life in new and wonderful ways. more
One Body: It’s all about conversion
Julien Hammond
September 29, 2020
As Christians we are called to turn away from sin and conform our lives to the Gospel. What implications does this have for ecumenism? more
Deacon Pedro tells us all about archangels and guardian angels, who they are and how we know about them. more
On September 25, 2020, Pope Francis addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations by pre-recorded message. The full text of the Holy Father’s address is provided below, courtesy of the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, while the video can be found on the Holy See Mission‘s YouTube Channel. more
Word Alive: A question of integrity
Gabrielle Sinclair
September 25, 2020
What does integrity look like? Gabrielle Sinclair reflects on the readings for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time. more
Deacon Pedro begins his exploration of angels with a look at the many times they appear or are mentioned in the Bible. more
Carl Hétu of CNEWA reflects on how one Syrian refugee's experience of discrimination has brought him closer to Christ. more
Marie Anne Torres gives us her take on a new book by Sr. Laurie Brink, OP: What Does the Bible Say About Friendship? more