Making a Difference: Catholic social teaching calls us to especially act and speak out on behalf of the vulnerable and poor. "Only in this direction will you find justice."
Making a Difference
Making a Difference: Sts. John XXIII and John Paul II challenged all of us to advance the kingdom of God, a kingdom of love, justice and peace.
Making a Difference: A prayerful meditation before the crucifix should inspire us to be more firmly committed to living out our instruction from Ash Wednesday.
Making a Difference: The unrest in the Middle East and parts of Africa have created hundreds of thousands of refugees, and the U.S. is not adequately responding to the crisis.
Making a Difference: Saturday is World Water Day. Take a moment to be thankful for your clean water and to help those who lack the necessity.
Making a Difference: Conversion is not a once and for all done deal. It is a lifelong journey.
Making a Difference: Living as a homeless man for a short while was the best way for me to understand what it's like to have no place to call home.
Making a Difference: Among the many ways the Catholic church strives to be vigilant for the common good is its call for a living wage.
Working for peace can be dangerous. In some parts of the world, promoting the nonviolent teachings of Jesus can get you killed. But in the United States, usually the worst that will happen is that a Christian peacemaker will get verbally beat up.
A hopeful, yet sadly still unfulfilled dream, is reflected in the title of Pope Francis’ Jan. 1, 2014 World Day of Peace message, “Fraternity, the Foundation and Pathway to Peace.”