Breaking the Habit
What happens after we die? For Catholics, we believe that we will be judged and placed in either heaven or hell, but that those welcomed to heaven might have to take a stop along the way in purgatory. What do we know about this place, and did this doctrine come
Cliches are more than a strain to the ear: they can actually perpetuate really bad theology. Here are five cliches that Christians say all of the time that need to die a fiery death.
Father Case looks at the pandemic has forced us to adjust the way we worship together, resorting to online masses and highly sterilized, private worship experiences. It’s great that have these things at all, but they are not a replacement for the real thing.
We all know that racism is a sin. It spreads hate and divides the human family. What we don’t always realize is that we are all a part of the problem. Racism isn’t a binary condition in which you either “are” or “are not” racist. We all have biases and
Father Casey wants to tell you about the greatest band in the world that plays Christian music… even though the band itself isn’t Christian.
Many will tell graduates to “follow your passion” and live your life. I think that this is nonsense. Check out Father Casey’s Graduation speech that is sure to inspire our 2020 Graduates:
Lent is sort of like a reset button for our faith. We take this time to remove anything and everything that gets in our way of being disciples of Jesus Christ. As Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk reminded us at a 12:10 Mass at St. Louis several years ago that it’s a