BLOG: Benedict XVI,Reflections,Saint Stories
In this time of COVID-19, many ministries are finding new ways to fulfill their missions. Stephanie tells us how youth ministry is adapting - and thriving. ...read more
In the age of the 24-hour news cycle and the endless scroll of social media, we are being inundated with all things coronavirus. How should we respond? ...read more
As we face our daily fears about the COVID-19 pandemic, Emilie Callan reflects on the valuable lessons she learned at the 2020 Lift Jesus Higher Rally. ...read more
As our lives are shaken by the coronavirus crisis, there is another contagious virus that is knocking at our door: fear. Here's what we can learn from the example of St. Joseph. ...read more
As I Have Done is airing for free all through Lent. Read a reflection from Sarah DeMarais on how she has been inspired by sisters in East Africa. ...read more
How can we let God transform the evil that is in us and around us into good? Julian Paparella reflects on the Gospel for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
Learn about St. Josephine Bakhita, who was once a slave and is now the patron saint of human trafficking survivors. Her feast day is February 8th. ...read more
Exploring the readings for this Sunday, Scott Harris looks at how the prophets anticipate the Gospels' call to care for the poor and needy. ...read more
“Lord, show me what it’s like to be Your daughter.” How can understanding ourselves as children of God deepen our relationship with Him? ...read more
In this reflection, Julian Paparella explores how the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord shows us how to trust in God's plan for our lives. ...read more