Pope Francis concludes his catechesis on the meaning and value of old age with a reflection on the example of Simeon and Anna in the Gospel of Luke. more
Speaking truth in love | One Body
Julien Hammond
March 29, 2022
An important attribute of proper ecumenical ministry is how we speak together as Christians, but knowing what words to use is not always easy. more
Read the full text of Pope Francis' homily given during a penitential service in the Vatican on the Solemnity of the Annunciation, March 25, 2022. more
God is calling us into our true selves | Word Alive
Susan HooKong-Taylor
March 25, 2022
This Lent, God is calling us into our true selves and into His promise for us – to be the new creations in Christ we are called to be. more
Read this statement from the CCCB announcing the departure for Rome of a delegation of 32 Indigenous representatives who will meet with Pope Francis. more
As Pope Francis consecrates Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, we can wonder: Why? And what does this have to do with me? more
Pope Francis reflects on the death of Moses and the gift of memory and of lived faith that grandparents and the elderly pass on to younger generations. more
Use this text to join Pope Francis in consecrating Ukraine, Russia, and all of humanity to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Friday, March 25. more
As many things start returning to a pre-COVID "normal", Deacon Pedro reflects on 5 pandemic adjustments he hopes we keep. more
The worst calamity of all | Word Alive
Brett Salkeld
March 18, 2022
How do we understand God's role in the tragedies of this life? Theologian Brett Salkeld reflects on the readings for the 3rd Sunday of Lent. more