God is part of everyone’s life. This is true even if some people don’t believe it.
As believers, we may have to remind ourselves that love has conquered even death. If love has conquered death, what is it that love cannot accomplish?
Rituals, practices, and devotions are at the heart of a genuine experience of God and a faithful response to God.
I have never read The Betrothed but when I learned how much the pope liked it, I bought a copy.
Belonging to a discussion group can be one way of participating more deeply in the new evangelization.
Has the secular society in which we live blunted the consciousness and conscience of Catholic writers who in another age might have produced Catholic novels?
“Of course death is a big deal. Your view of it colors everything.”
Great books present important insights into human nature, that this is partly what makes them great.
Faith is our accepting God’s Self-Gift, our entering into God’s life of unlimited love.
A culture can nourish a faith or, unfortunately, it can be a detriment to faith.
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