Mention use of digital media, and I’m sure you will find people on either side of the spectrum. Regardless of where you stand, I know one thing is certain — the power of digital networks cannot be underestimated in the lives of today’s young people.
This summer marks the 50th anniversary of “Humanae Vitae.” The world has changed dramatically since Pope Paul VI wrote the encyclical, mostly in ways he foretold.
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.
Along with many in this country and around the world, I mourn the loss of Barbara Bush, the former first lady who died April 17 at the age of 92. In my few and brief encounters with her, I always found her to be kind and gracious.
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.
The exposure of Weinstein’s predatory bullying has ignited an explosion of confessions on the part of women; it is a reminder that we are not immune to such behavior and it has left us to marvel at self-righteous and exaggerated talk from Hollywood.
All Saints Day, Nov. 1, is a feast day to honor blessed people who could not be included in the church’s formal list of saints. But also of great importance was the day before it, Oct. 31, which was a traditional pagan harvest feast day.