Joseph is not passively resigned, but courageously and firmly proactive.
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I see my calling, my vocation as an artist is to resurrect the Christian tradition in the visual arts.
God is not an idea or an abstract doctrine, but God is the one who 'contaminates' himself with our human...
Aaron was known to frequently read Thomas a Kempis' "The Imitation of Christ," which he kept in his locker.
For many people, the 2021 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Jan. 18-25 will be another occasion of virtual ecumenical...
"We do not confess to abase ourselves, but to be raised up," the Pope said, and "we -- all of us -- need this badly."
The number of Holocaust survivors is dwindling but so, too, are those "righteous Gentiles" who saved Jews who were almost certain to perish.
Under pressure from the “woke,” politically-correct culture, almost all of us automatically think in terms of generic categories and not in terms of individuals.
"How providential that the ferry ... should be named after a brave, loving woman who cherished both those areas of our city and the people who live there"
Archbishop Paul S. Coakley, chair of the U.S. bishops' committee on domestic justice and human development, welcomed the repeal, calling it "a bold step toward a culture of life."
"It is more important than ever today that Christ's faithful be witnesses of tenderness and compassion."
"Is this really such a good thing?"
'The Inclusion Act would remedy this unjust discrimination, and maximize the benefit to thousands of children in need.'
The act will provide relief to Americans in need, but lacks "protections for the unborn."