New compilations bring together diverse writings of learned Brits
‘The Reading Life: The Joy of Seeing New Worlds Through Others’ Eyes’ Author: C.S. LewisPublisher: HarperOneRelease Date: Oct. 15, 2019Length: 171 pp.Cost: $19.99 ORDER A COPY C.S....
Church, world need St. Joseph’s spiritual care in tough times, says priest
https://youtu.be/RMzTgqqDu3g WASHINGTON (CNS) — Marian Father Donald Calloway believes the Holy Spirit wants to draw Catholics’ attention to St. Joseph, husband of Mary and earthly...
New York Cardinal’s reflections provide much food for spiritual thought
Anyone who has ever heard Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan — in personal conversation, interviewed on TV, giving a homily or addressing a conference — knows the archbishop of New York is not at a loss for words.
Authors explore where faith and science meet
There’s an old adage that one shouldn’t discuss religion or politics in polite company. The same could be said about science and religion. There seems to be no end to the clashes between the creationists and scientists over the existence of God as manifested in the history of the universe.
Bishops call for diocesan-wide consecration to St. Joseph to strengthen domestic church
Back 1964 when the Second Vatican Council promulgated Lumen Gentium and described the family as a domestic church, no one envisioned the COVID-19 crisis and just how crucial the nurturing of faith in the home would be.
Archbishop Sheen’s niece recalls happy times with her uncle in new book
WASHINGTON (CNS) — As a child, Joan Sheen Cunningham got to travel with her parents from their Illinois home to visit her uncle, first in Washington, then later in New York City.
Vatican releases book of pope’s homilies, prayers for ‘difficult times’
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican published a free downloadable book of Pope Francis’ prayers and homilies responding to the trial and suffering of the coronavirus pandemic.
Continuity in particularity: Cardinal looks at Pope Francis, Benedict XVI
Between Pope Francis and retired Pope Benedict XVI, there is "continuity of magisterium and particularity in pastoral style," but even more, there is "a living communion of affection."
Mysteries, dragons, saints fill summer reading for Catholic youth
The following books are suitable for summer reading.