Evangelization cannot be limited to announcing the word but must be done through deeds.
Articles in Formation
Fr. Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. presents: “Discernment is a prayer-filled process through which each of us can discover the difference between what is my will and what is God’s Will.”
Bread for the World urges us to contact our Representative and our Senators to pass the Global Malnutrition Prevention and Treatment Act of 2021 (HR 4693) (S2956)
In India, SCNs Asrita Lugun and Gracy Thombrakudy have visited the labor office a number of times to request the office conduct a vaccination camp for the migrants of the district.
One of my favorite lines in the psalms rests within Psalm 95. The prayer starts with a wonderful summon to the people to praise.
It is obvious that we are not living in the same church as we were some 50 years ago. How obvious depends on whether you are 60, 40, or 20,
Jesus endured the cross and now sits at the right of the throne of God. We will reign with him if we persevere with him in suffering and service. Even the disciples obsess about becoming great; they argue about who is the greatest. And to preempt all discussion and...
Saint Vincent believed that in imitation of Jesus, the essential mission of Christians is saving the poor.
Sisters Vinaya and Philomina attended the annual commissioning of Southern Denary of Malindi Diocese: Catholic Women Association (CWA).
Fr. Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. presents: three things about Catherine Labouré.
The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth announced a $2.5 million dollar investment in the Louisville Urban League and its “A Path Forward for Louisville” work.
Antonio Guterrez recently issued a report focusing on recommendations to advance the agenda for people, for the planet, for prosperity and for peace.