The powerful new movie All That Remains tells the inspiring life story of Nagasaki Atomic bomb survivor and Catholic convert, Dr. Takashi Nagai.
To mark 5 years since the start of the Syrian war, Kevin Hartigan, CRS’ regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, reflects on the evolution of the crisis and the role that the Catholic Church has played in responding to it.
Following recent terrorist activity that has reverberated across the globe, the Dalai Lama reacted with thoughts on the role of prayer as a response. Here, Roxane Salonen shares some of those reflections, as well as her own pondering to the power of prayer in light of today’s tragedies.
For the last few years Sr. Margaret has been translating letters from Syria for Archbishop Nassar. Each one of them, filled with Christian hope, faith, and emotion, reminds her of letters from another Bishop of Syria, Ignatius of Antioch.
In today’s World View Wednesday column, Marianna Bartholomew reminds us that we must daily pray and work toward peace in this world. We must nurture a world-vision and as moms, we can make a difference.
War is an intensely personal tragedy. Are we paying attention? Do we, as a nation, remember and learn from our past? Kaye Park Hinckley urges us to remember the courage of our American soldiers who fought in past wars, as well as the loss and grief of their families.