Evangelical Catholics Converts to Catholicism are bringing a new zeal to the faith. But just how are they being received?
Affirming All Things: A Conversion Story When Dwight Longenecker applies the motto, "A man is often right in what he affirms and wrong in what he denies," to faith questions, his query takes him on a life-changing journey.
The Meal of Melchizedek Who is Melchizedek? This first priest mentioned in the Bible warrants our attention, especially if we are trying to understand Christīs words, "This is my Body; This is my Blood."
Crisis Pregnancy Led Woman To Deeper Faith Jennifer Pipp was a college junior when she was raped and discovered that she was pregnant. But today Pipp tells her story which began in despair, as a story of redemption.
Transform Yourself Putting our faith into action changes us. We find our true selves, and discover that we are capable of more love than we had ever imagined. The only truly happy people are those who know how to serve.
The Value of Children The Church teaches that God is the author of marriage and has ordained that it be ordered to the generation of children.
Living the Rich Life Wealthy and powerful Christians should play a special role in the new evangelization, and the Church can offer some special pastoral guidance regarding the spiritual challenges that come with material wealth.
Wheres Your Treasure? Stewarding Your Money The foundation of financial stewardship is knowing what God wants us to do with our lives. When making decisions about money, we must always return to questions such as "Is this helping us to be the parents God wants us to be?"
Discover The Real Sister Lucia The Intimate Life of Sr. Lucia reveals the wit, lively personality, and incredible memory of the remaining Fatima visionary.
Human Personhood Whether the fetus is a human person is a crucial question because how we answer it ultimately affects the future of our civilization. Find out how this question goes way beyond being merely a matter of a womanīs control over her own body.
Whoīs Who in the Reformation Nearly 500 years ago this week, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses on the door at Wittenberg, bringing about the start of the Reformation. Luther, however, didnīt act alone. Geoffrey Saint-Clair takes a look at the "Reformationīs" principle characters.
O Come Let Us Adore Him! The busy weeks of Advent and Christmas might seem a most unlikely time to consider spending an hour or two in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. But the immediate rewards of eucharistic adoration might be just what we need in this hectic season.