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 church reminds us pornography is not simply a private matter that impacts only the viewer. Pornography harms others, too.
Explorer Ernest Shackleton was vigilant in his effort to keep up morale as he veiled his private worry on his expedition across Antarctica.
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.
The Olympic message stands in sharp contrast to another one playing out on the international stage, the mounting call for more nuclear weapons.
May we strive to illuminate our conscience, learning to understand the things we struggle to comprehend, to ask the Holy Spirit to guide us in ways we can more closely conform our will to that of God, and for the wisdom to pursue a life following God’s plan.
National Catholic Schools Week Jan. 28-Feb. 3 highlights the significant contribution of the 6,300 Catholic schools that serve 1.8 million students and their families and communities. This week gives us much to celebrate and provides an opportunity to advocate for greater government support to make it possible for more parents to choose the best school for their child.
As Minnesotans will be voting on governor, the state House of Representatives, and two U.S. Senate seats, we need to help establish party platforms that promote and defend human dignity.
“Be on the alert then, for you do not know the day nor the hour.”
Modern technology appeared to amend Jesus’ warning when an emergency alert in Hawaii gave both the day, Jan. 13, and the hour, 8 a.m.