We know the Lord hears the cry of the poor. We, too, need to listen.
It’s not about getting it right, or perfect even; rather, it’s about making forward progress on our journeys.
Callista Gingrich, U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, feels Holy Week is an especially appropriate time to recognize and celebrate women religious in their efforts to advance peace and stability in our world. Too often, their work goes unnoticed and is underappreciated.
Looking back on experiences and all that I learned from the many people and the many jobs I held, I think I get it. God was always with me.
During the month of February, Black HIstory Month, we watched together many movies, some fictional but most factual, that portrayed the stories of individuals who helped to break down racism and discrimination, fight for equal rights, rise to a place of honor and respect in unjust systems and challenged others to be treated with humanness and dignity.
The fourth biennial Catholic Women’s Conference’s 250 attendees enjoyed two keynote speeches as well as prayer, song, lunch and time to peruse 18 booths which featured Christian businesses and ministries.
I only planned to go once, and now I can’t wait for next Saturday morning because those guys are the best friends I have ever had.
The church reminds us pornography is not simply a private matter that impacts only the viewer. Pornography harms others, too.
Fake news that distorts public discourse and manipulates the public will not be countered effectively by a renewed interest in journalistic ethics or more laws aimed at improving disclosure of the sources of online content. It is a cultural problem.
I took on the challenge as a New Year’s resolution to send 365 days of thank-you notes to everyone throughout my lifetime who deserved a thank you by touching me in one way or another.