Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time: the papacy is quintessentially Catholic because it is thoroughly biblical.
Melanie Jean Juneau urges Catholics to take the words of the Gospels and the popes to heart by taking the time to nurture a personal relationship with Christ and our sacramental life.
This month, Francis draws from the popular “mannequin challenge,” proposing a move in the opposite direction, recognizing that indifference toward those who suffer is an attitude that society must reject.
Tom Hoopes’ book “What Pope Francis Really Said” unpacks the truth behind the media’s rush to judgment. Barb Szyszkiewicz recommends the book to all Catholics committed to defending and living out their faith.
We all know Pope Francis is from Argentina, but there is more to our remarkable shepherd than his country of origin and that he enjoys riding the bus. Kate Taliaferro reviews “Pope Francis Takes the Bus” and finds that there is so much more to know and love about our pontiff.
Everyday situations such as coexistence in community, work in a factory and customer care are some of the images that the September The Pope Video shows to raise awareness of the crisis we are facing.
Join Diana von Glahn for a papal pilgrimage through the Holy Land in a special 3-episode series of The Faithful Traveler that focuses on the history of papal visits to holy sites in Israel and Jordan.
Stuart Dunn reviews a book of interviews and stories about St. John Paul II: you could feel his warmth, his humor, and his love for man and God leaping off the pages.