In the world of urban slang, it has become increasingly popular to hear someone refer to a Come-to-Jesus-Meeting.
“No, I don’t think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly.
The next theme in this series on the Church’s pastoral care for the family, “Caring for Wounded Families (Persons who are Separated, Divorced and Not Remarried, Divorced and Remarried and Single-Parent Families)”
I don’t know if you have ever had something happen to you that was extremely surprising or awe-inspiring,
Usually, I have chosen not to author newspaper columns during the summer months, giving myself a few weeks of sabbatical from the rigors of writing. However, I felt it necessary to break my own rule to respond to the recent Supreme Court decision (Obergefell v. Hodges) redefining marriage and in effect negating state constitutional provisions […]
I don’t know if you have ever had an experience like this, but reading this Sunday’s Gospel reminded me of a strange incident that occurred to me a few years back.
I was born and brought up in Kerala, India, and raised in the Syro-Malabar rite.
As a priest, one of my most meaningful ministries is marriage preparation.
This Sunday’s Gospel raises an important question. Do we trust God to give us what we desire?
Father Walter Ciszek, an American Jesuit Priest, who spent 23 years in Russian prison camps, in his memoirs wrote about celebrating Mass for his fellow prisoners in Siberia