At the Intersection: As part of my calling as a writer. I feel that I should be out saving lives with stories. That's what Jesus did.
The Peace Pulpit: We try to be like those first disciples and see where there is a need, fulfill that need, bring God's goodness and God's love to every part of our world.
Essay: A Dutch medieval mini drama about Mary Magdalene provides insight about forgiveness, conversion and acceptance of God's love.
The cross, loving service and humble sacrifice are the only way to overcome evil and give hope to the world, Pope Francis said at his weekly general audience April 12.
Spiritual Reflections: If we believe in Jesus as the revelation of God’s unceasing love, our own notions of sin and punishment and forgiveness will begin to mirror God’s mercy.
Christians must make room for Jesus in their hearts to fight evil by doing good to others, even their enemies, the pope said at his weekly general audience April 5.
Spiritual Reflections: Somehow, poverty can teach people that when you face an unknown and uncontrollable future, you should make everything possible of the moment at hand.
Young Voices: We are made to be connected to one another. When we forget that, we destroy a part of our selves.
The Peace Pulpit: "We will transform our world into the reign of God where there will be peace and fullness of life for every person."
The Magi reflect "all those who in their lives have let their hearts be anesthetized," the pope said Jan. 6, the feast of the Epiphany.