Recently, I’ve been meeting with our parish staff, Parish Council, and our new Evangelization Committee to prayerfully discern how to respond to the call first heard at the Second Vatican Council and echoed by every Pope since then.
A couple must acknowledge tensions in the relationship.
Bishops around the country reacted with praise to a Texas law banning abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat.
The recent extreme weather events and natural disasters show humanity is now paying the price of how it has been treating creation, said a joint message by three Christian leaders, including Pope Francis.
None of us, even the good person, is exempt from suffering.
The ultimate purpose of the Eucharist is mission.
Moving through the grief process after the death of a loved one has a large social component.
According to the Gospels of Mark, Luke and Matthew, Jesus saw a tax collector sitting at his customs post and said, “Follow me.”
A look behind the scenes at the ancient roots of the word.
We should start our day in thanksgiving for the gift of a new day of life.
Like all cultural expressions, social media needs taming.
Arlington Diocese creates resources intended to assist all Catholics, especially adults and parents of children who experience gender identity confusion.
Father Mike Muhr helps us to savor prayer.
While we all grieve differently – which must be taken into account – everyone needs people on whom we can depend.
Five hundred years ago, a cannonball changed the course of Ignatius of Loyola’s life.
Mary saying yes to God was one of the most significant acts of obedience in human history.
Theology 101 is taking a peek behind the scenes of some of the prominent figures, groups and events referenced in the New Testament.
Following Jesus in word and deed is what we are called to do.
We all carry hopes in our hearts that are both big and small.
Go behind the scenes of the New Testament with Theology 101.
Put Jesus first and feed your mind with the truth.
There’s nothing flashy about faithful intercessory prayer, but God notices. Here's how to say, “I’ll pray for you,” and mean it.