The beautiful hungry caterpillar+

‘Kindness matters. Laughter is essential. Caring for each other is everything.’

Read More+ 6 months ago

What I learned from the cherry blossoms+

As we journey through life’s ups and downs, God teaches us to look on traumatic events in a positive way.

Read More+ 9 months ago

In tough times, go to Joseph+

Joseph is not passively resigned, but courageously and firmly proactive.

Read More+ 10 months ago

Little Sisters of the Poor and religious liberty: Debunking the myths+

‘We’d like nothing better than to return to our mission unhindered by the fear of millions of dollars in fines.’

Read More+ 1 year ago

Joyful decorations spark reflection on coronavirus as Easter nears+

Former Long Island Catholic reporter Pete Sheehan's latest column shows how the light of Easter can overcome the shadow of COVID-19.

Read More+ 2 years ago

Staying connected with seniors in a time of ‘social distancing’+

If the seniors you know are interested in using social media to stay in contact with family and friends, offer to help them set it up.

Read More+ 2 years ago

How can we make Advent matter?+

Just like 2,000 years ago, we are still a world in waiting. Waiting for salvation. Waiting for sustenance. Waiting for hope.

Read More+ 2 years ago

The Summer Reading List+

The vacation season is an opportunity to escape TwitterWorld and do some serious reading.

Read More+ 4 years ago

How to promote religious liberty+

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.

Read More+ 4 years ago

Governor’s Cuts for Mandated Educational Services Don’t Add Up+

The state’s Catholic bishops were “extremely disappointed” by Cuomo’s veto of the bipartisan legislation, which “will have serious impact on our schools and tuition-paying families.”

Read More+ 4 years ago