Essay: As we approach Easter, I think the time is ripe to reclaim the earliest articulation of an experience of the Resurrection: that which is noted by Paul.
Easter reflection: We are the Easter people who believe that the cross transformed all suffering and pain, and the Resurrection secured eternal life.
Faith and Justice: Anti-Semitism is one of the greatest sins of the Christian era. That it found fertile ground in Christian hearts is a scandal and a tragedy.
The Resurrection is interpreted is the source of some of the deepest rifts in Christianity -- and a stumbling block for some Christians and more than a few skeptics.
Young Voices: Washing my husband's feet is the moment I have returned to more than any other as I seek strength for the journey in marriage.
Francis Chronicles: In the humble act of washing his disciples' feet, Jesus is showing all Christians how he wants them to serve others with love, Pope Francis said.
Francis Chronicles: A priest is called to be in the midst of his flock, searching for those who are lost and always serving those in need, Pope Francis said.
Think Christmas, and many carols come to mind. But think of Holy Week and Easter -- and most draw a musical blank.
At an upbeat Mass in a maximum security prison, Cardinal Timothy Dolan said Holy Week resonates with inmates, who can relate to Jesus' arrest, captivity and trial.
Is it blasphemy to wash the feet of women at Holy Thursday Mass? There is no simple answer to that question.