When baby parts are worth more than the baby
Jul 30 2015
57.5 million children and counting who have died through legal abortion in the U.S. since 1973. The stain of a sin this big and this unchecked by society for more than 40 years cannot be fully grasped, much less examined.
In wake of gay marriage ruling, we chase holiness – in love
Jul 07 2015
Jesus made it easy. Love. Don’t judge. I love people with same-sex attraction. Every one of them – and not in some cheesy, Christian-y, weird-toothy-smiley-kind-of-way. But in a manner that invites him or her into my life, so that hopefully, we can become friends. But friends – good ones anyway – speak truth to one another.
Growing old gratefully
Jun 16 2015
Growing old gratefully is what poet Robert Browning had in mind when he opened his poem "Rabbi Ben Ezra" with these words: "Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be. The last of life for which the first was made. Our times are in His hand. Who saith 'A whole I planned, Youth shows but half; trust God: see all, nor be afraid!'"
Reflections on Monsignor Jack Collopy
May 14 2015
On the Sunday before Father Jack Collopy passed onto eternity I celebrated Holy Mass in his room.
Apr 08 2015
The backlash from a new Indiana law has been fierce, ranging from angry editorials to calls to boycott the state.
Positive parenting checklist: 17 ways to parent more consciously
Feb 27 2015
As parents, most of us have the right intentions, but in the hustle and bustle of daily life, it’s difficult to parent positively.
The public relations of death
Feb 02 2015
What's behind the move to legalize assisted suicide?
A father brings hope to brain-injured children
Jan 12 2015
When Sarah Jane Donohue came into the world on June 5, 2005, she was a happy, healthy newborn.
Priests and nuns are getting engaged ... on social media
Nov 05 2014
From a tweeting friar to a nun on Instagram, men and women religious are utilizing the power of social media to share their witness.
Paul VI and Dialogue - We Wouldn’t Be Here Without Him
Oct 16 2014
Baltimore auxiliary Bishop Denis Madden recently wrote a guest blog on Pope Paul VI for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.