Young Voices: My hobby of studying online maps piqued my global interest, and a multicultural parish celebration last Saturday incarnated that interest.
Young Voices: There is a discrepancy between my job and my feelings about modern society and technology -- namely, occasional exhaustion from the noise and chaos of constant connection.
Young Voices: This is Easter joy -- a little confusion, a little courage, caught by surprise, but feeling quite deeply the presence of the spirit in these relationships.
Young Voices: My grandma, throughout her life and even after her death, taught me the significance of ritual.
Young Voices: Zubik v. Burwell is just another push in a campaign by Catholic officials to persuade women from using contraception, but women are not being persuaded.
Young Voices: Our infant daughter's own version of believing without seeing changed the way I heard the Gospel passage about doubting Thomas.
Young Voices: Arriving at Mass one Thursday morning, I found the presiding priest alone in the chapel. It seemed God was putting me to the test.
Young Voices: There have been many imitators of Christ who, too, have sacrificed their bodies in the hope of a resurrection of all people.
Young Voices: In uncertain times, the labyrinth prayer practice allows me to connect with God, process my desires and honor the inevitable meandering in prayer.
Young Voices: When it comes to family-friendly workplace policies, NETWORK is leading the way for U.S. Catholics.