And yet…Jesus did indeed instruct his disciples to bring the Gospel to every nation—it was in fact his final command.
What ties it all together is our shared experience of the Eucharist as the source and summit of the life of faith.
Does the Church’s welcome imply that everyone is fine just as he or she is?
When the great Tom Wolfe died on May 14, I, like millions of others, remembered the many moments of pleasure I had gotten from his work.
The paradox, of course, is that by turning the world upside down, the Gospel helps us see the world aright.
The vacation season is an opportunity to escape TwitterWorld and do some serious reading.
The story of the remarkable American and Catholic life of Abbot Thomas Frerking, OSB, deserves to be better known.
It is our acts of love that will overcome the obvious hostility toward sincere religious beliefs that threatens peace and unity in our pluralistic society.
When we live in the space beyond good and evil ... people in tuxedos and formal gowns sip from wine glasses and laugh while someone jokes about the murder of children.
If the Gospel is not preached with conviction ... then the Gospel will not be believed.
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