On a church-sponsored trip to El Salvador, I was struck by how the story of Archbishop Romero’s faith journey was deeply shaped by the lives and witness of countless faithful people.
Brazilian Cardinal Sergio da Rocha, relator general of the synod, introduced the synod’s work Oct. 3, urging the bishops to pray for “the gift of a healthy spiritual uneasiness,” recognizing that while the church has some programs that help some young people, much more needs to be done.
Faith and football connected for a gain at a recent dinner in downtown Philadelphia sponsored by the American Bible Society and attended by nearly 1,000 folks who have faith and almost certainly are Philadelphia Eagles fans.
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.
“Faith is something where you know there are still question marks in your life but you kind of have that peace about you to do something bold,” Aaron Romportl said, after he proposed to Kayleigh Kloncz of Christ Our Light’s north campus in Princeton.
Hearing the faith journey of Hollywood actor and businessman Mark Wahlberg left an impression on the hearts of many young adults at the Archdiocese of Chicago’s first (re)Encounter event Oct. 20 at the UIC Pavilion.
The tales of St. Nicholas Owen’s, faith and reason together, stirring the soul while igniting the intellect, prodding us toward our better, braver selves.
The inspiration of Sister Maria Lucia of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart, one of the Fatima children, brought about an a challenge to dig deeper into Mary’s message and awaken her faith.
Our generation faces a different cultural and global landscape and we need new approaches, language and ideas to appropriately respond.