Aging and a season of fruitfulness

Grandfather and baby

With the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade, June 24 will no doubt be remembered as an historic day by pro-life advocates the world over.

We are only just beginning to make abortion unthinkable

Amid the sea of signs carried at the many rallies following the Dobbs v. Jackson Supreme Court decision, one was particularly striking: “MAKE ABORTION UNTHINKABLE.”

Jesus is enough

man kneels at cross

Recently, I was in a conversation with a friend who was really struggling to live a virtuous life. She was sharing with me just how it’s so easy to desire the things of the world and how hard it is sometimes to follow Jesus.

The success of the National Eucharistic Revival depends on each one of us


A year and a half after the U.S Conference of Catholic Bishops voted to proceed with a National Eucharistic Revival, this weekend — the feast of Corpus Christi, observed — marks the official launch.

Let us lectio: the laborers are few

saint Anthony of Padua

As I sat down to work on this reflection, I expected to hear from God about the radical need to follow Him and spread the Gospel pervasively throughout the world, a call that every Catholic, and Christian, shares by nature of our Baptism.