Some 1000 years ago, Armenian St. Gregory of Narek set out to write what is today considered to be one of Christianity’s spiritual masterpieces. more
Today I will talk about the fourth and final cardinal virtue: temperance. With the other three, this virtue shares a history that goes far back in time and does not only belong to Christians. more
The new film about the future Doctor of the Church commemorates the 850th anniversary of his canonization. more
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the D.R.E.A.M.S. program at St. Mary’s Catholic Secondary School in Hamilton, Ontario. more
With our recent celebration of the Easter Vigil in mind, it’s a good time to reflect on the ecumenical significance of baptism and offer a brief review of some of the dialogues that have taken place on this topic. more
From beginning to end, the movie kept my attention. There was action, drama, tension, and faith. I gasped, I cried, and I was inspired. more
Today’s catechesis is dedicated to the third of the cardinal virtues, namely fortitude. more
We live in an increasingly connected world. Social media helps us to express ourselves, find out what's going on and keep in touch with our loved ones. But of course, social media also carries risks. more
In this month of April, Pope Francis invites us to pray that the dignity and worth of women be recognised in every culture, and for an end to the discrimination they face in various parts of the world. more
Here we are at the second of the cardinal virtues: today we will talk about justice. more