In our Catholic tradition, we have four feasts celebrating the dedication of churches in Rome. Deacon Pedro explains why. more
In this time in our world, when fear is at its height, wisdom suffers greatly. How are we called to be attentive to its voice? more
What is love? In this new series, Julian Paparella explores love in everyday life in light of God's love for us and our call to love one another. more
What areas of your life are you clinging tightly to? Perhaps it's time to learn from the leaves and let go. more
How often do you think about death? Purgatory? Hell? Deacon Pedro walks us through what the Church teaches about what happens after this life. more
Join us for the 41st Annual Cardinal’s Dinner – A Virtual Evening on November 5, 2020, at 7:00 pm ET. Find out more details here. more
Does the Book of Revelation only seem to point to a distant, scary future? Think again. A reflection for the Solemnity of All Saints. more
Saving liberalism from itself
Fr. Damian Howard, SJ
October 27, 2020
Fr. Damian Howard, Provincial of the Jesuits in Britain, shares his views on Pope Francis' new encyclical, Fratelli Tutti. more
Dialogue is not only an essential part of our search for Christian unity but also inherent in our vocation as Christians. more
How much do we know about what happened to the Twelve Apostles after the Resurrection? Deacon Pedro takes us through history and tradition. more