Soul Seeing: Attendees at the National Catholic Youth Conference saw a few things from a new, unfamiliar perspective, much of it to do with mercy.
Even if we can't explain it, most of us are aware that Einstein's theory of relativity threw a monkey wrench into Newton's "modern" physics. What we may not have thought about is the devastating effect the theory has on the individualism that characterizes modern philosophy.
Preview: Seattle's Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish campus features "living green" projects like solar panels, water catchment, recycling and energy monitoring.
The Holy See's U.N. office distributed some 1,000 copies of Laudato Si'. Many were given in French and a few in Italian.
Preview: Meetings offer an easy way to make Laudato Si' real. There are five ways to conduct an eco-friendly parish meeting.
The specter of assisted suicide is leading people to "fear an institution that should be the last thing they should ever fear -- a hospital," said Edmonton Archbishop Richard Smith.
A Roman Observer: There exists a serious challenge to Pope Francis' clear vision of Christian discipleship and servant-leadership.
Making a Difference: Only by addressing the root causes of humanity's ills can we fully be the light of Christ and transform the world.
Most biblical scholars agree that there is no empirical proof of Jesus' resurrection. The appearances of the risen Lord were faith encounters; the early disciples saw Jesus and experienced him as risen because they believed in him and in the words he had spoken to them.
Young adults are the most racially diverse and educated generation to date; but they are also charged with a desire to contribute to their community.