Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the Third Sunday of Lent: in the early days of the Church, Lent was not so much a time to focus inward. It was time for Catholics to focus outward.
Bishop Robert Barron is what we call a “game-changer.” He and his talented team at Word on Fire have brought Catholicism, more specifically evangelization, into the 21st century with the groundbreaking “Catholicism” series. Stuart Dunn reviews the latest in the series: “The Pivotal Players.”
We are all called to share the Good News and evangelize, but God has called some people to take a leap of faith and live out His Word as missionaries in foreign countries. Michele Faehnle shares an interview with Colleen Mitchell, author of “Who Does He Say You Are?” and founder of St. Bryce Missions in Costa Rica.
Nearly two and a half decades after the Coming Home Network International’s founding, the apostolate, created to support converts to the Catholic faith, is approaching the end of 2016 with its largest number of new members in any year.
A drunkard from a 19th-century novel teaches Ginny Kochis to lay down her life for friends.
It is not in our fullness but in our hunger and thirst that we revive the belief of others, as it was for Saint Teresa of Kolkata. Sr. Margaret Kerry, fsp recalls the saint’s influence on her ministry to city children.