Walking through New York City in the footsteps of saints celebrated and unknown, we are strengthened for the pilgrimage of life.
COMMENTARY: The ‘ultimate and definitive dimension’ of our human life, however, is precisely what is obscured by gender ideology and by the redefinition of marriage.
Catholics must speak with clarity and integrity against laws and institutions that attack human life, and about the conditions necessary to receive Holy Communion well.
Father Henchey showed how the roots of Christian joy are cruciform, how suffering is a great school of hope, and how Christ seeks to glorify our wounds.
COMMENTARY: The fitting remedy to a hardening of the heart is ardent devotion to Divine Mercy.
Küng died on the fifth day of the Divine Mercy Novena, the day dedicated especially to “the souls of those who have separated themselves from my Church.”
COMMENTARY: Father Henri Rondet’s 1956 classic Saint Joseph, a translation of his original 1953 work in French, is most helpful.