These unexpected snow days disrupt our lives calling to mind a need to be better prepared. Although it's not Lent yet, the message is similar: Are you ready?
Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today's Gospel.
As the Christmas Holidays came to a close and the New Year begins, Jay Cuasay reflects on this transition in light of the Baptism of Jesus and the Feast of the Innocents.
The stress of family gatherings over the holidays is enough to bring out the Grinch in all of us, but perhaps this year’s crush of Thanksgiving/Hanukah/Advent might provide some insight for dealing with December and everything after.
This animated DVD (available in English and Spanish) has contemporary animation, lively musical numbers, and imaginative scripture telling from a lively, young Franciscan Brother and is useful for elementary aged kids in religious education or at home.
Whether you are religious or not, this time of year is fraught with transitions that cause us to reflect upon how far we have come to be here and where we are going.
Jay Cuasay reviews the family film "Snow Queen".
Jay Cuasay writes on the significance of new beginnings, prayer and fasting during times like the ones we now face.
Today, Jay Cuasay reviews The Triumph, a 90-minute documentary that chronicles the events that have taken place of pilgrims, priests and one of the visionaries of the little known, remote village of Medjugorje
It is nice to have a more agile, popular, and vigorous image of the Pope to capture the imagination of the young who may not necessarily see the Catholic church as something of universal or international global
My daughter entered the world in the month of July. Until that time, I mainly associated July with July 4th. In theology school, I became friends with someone whose birthday is also in July. After my daughter
Recall the moment as early as Chapter 6 in Mark’s Gospel when Jesus commissioned the Twelve Apostles and sent out “two by two”. They were to take only one tunic and staff, but no money or a
NOTE: Two days after the Easter Octave of 2011, on May 2, 2011, Seal Team 6 killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan. This piece was written then, but the issues are still fresh post-Easter and the period
Editor’s note: Today, we welcome new monthly contributor Jay Cuasay. I had the good fortune of meeting Jay at a conference recently and am thrilled that he accepted my invitation to blog with us! Please join me