The Bible tells us that we are made in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:26-27). The Bible also tells us that “God is love” (1 John 4:16). We are made, then, to resemble a God whose very identity is love. More »
"Why?” It’s a question we all ask. We want to know why things happen. We want to grasp the meaning and purpose behind what we’re experiencing, the suffering we’re enduring, or the choice someone else makes that directly affects us.
Easter is the most important feast of the Christian year—so important that the Church sets aside a seven-week season to rejoice in Christ’s victory over sin and death.
If we look to the family of faith—from biblical heroes to the lives of the saints and even to our fellow believers—we find continuous testimony to the truth that God desires to give his people peace.
As God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience. More »
We’re often urged to “pray for vocations.” Almost always, this is meant as an encouragement to ask God for more priests and religious for service to the church. More »
Lent is a season rich in symbols and meaning. Here are some suggested ways to help you and your family grow spiritually during Lent. Choose the ones you think your family would enjoy the most. More »
As parents, you help your children to build a strong faith, get a strong education, and develop a strong and healthy body. Do you also consider how to help them build a strong career path? This isn’t just about having a good job and financial security. More »