Many men today are redefining what it means to father. They are intimately involved in the raising of children and the responsibilities of family life, navigating the competing demands of work and home with love.
Liberty in all its forms is important, but religious freedom is at the cornerstone today of the church’s proposal for the good of society (aka Catholic social doctrine), as it provides the space for constructive freedom.
When you’re in your 20s and 30s, you often feel invincible — like there’s so much time to make mistakes because you’ll fix them tomorrow.
Every spring brings this sense of urgency to get things done. I want to feel the Holy Spirit’s calming peace even in the midst of these sometimes harried days.
New moms are dusting off their grandmothers’ names, but they’re threading that antique lace to red bandanna, according to the list of names that made the biggest leaps in popularity.
Because of the vision we have of politics, we think that our experiences will be negative and draining. These misunderstandings often keep Catholics from making a difference in our communities.
We have a sign on the wall in our house that says, “Home is where your story begins.” I hope — and pray — that all four kids will look back and say, “Yep, home was the best place to start writing my story.”
Even when the media or individuals adopt misleading terminology, we are not powerless. We can recapture the terms and employ them effectively.
In the coming weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court may loosen federal restrictions on sports gambling. As a result, many states have proactively drafted bills that would create regulated sports gambling industries at the state level — Minnesota included.
Erica Tighe was 26 when she made the leap: She would set out on her own to be a calligrapher. Full time.