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Archbishop José H. Gomez, along with several other bishops, leads us in praying the rosary in a moment of unified prayer for America. On the Feast of the Lady of the Rosary, we seek healing and ask Our Lady to pray for us and help lead us to Jesus.

Father Casey: There are many people in the world that believe in “God.” And yet, there are more than a few definitions. As Christians, what do we mean when we say this?

Signs are often tricky and fuzzy. They’re not always such a good tool for helping you make a decision. Let’s be honest: we want shortcuts. We want God to do the hard work and make big decisions for us. Doing God’s will is the purpose of life, but that does …

With a pandemic and societal unrest outside our windows, the anxiety surrounding an unplanned pregnancy is high. The abortion industry has made abortion more accessible from home. But local pro-life organizations are giving hope, support, and confidence to parents who didn’t feel ready to be parents when they first walked …

Playing a video game called Injustice helps Father Mike Schmitz explain the real answer to why God allows suffering.

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 …

Wearing masks, not wearing masks, and all the mixed emotions that have come with the coronavirus reveal that—as a society—we lack freedom from the fear of death.

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.

We’re always taught to treat others the way we want to be treated. But is that the best philosophy of life? Sometimes, believe it or not, the Golden Rule shows some major flaws.