A wise, old Benedictine nun teaches a bunch of grumbling first-year seminarians about the necessity of keeping first things first. What can faithful Catholics take away from her lesson to fulfill the responsibilities of faithful citizenship on Election Day 2012?
Catholics are obligated to form consciences and cast responsible votes for candidates who will represent our shared values in the public square. Omaha Archbishop George Lucas shares thoughts on conscience formation and the common good.
Editor’s Note: In honor of Natural Family Planning Awareness Week, please welcome Renee McGuire. Renee and husband Kerry are parishioners at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in West Des Moines, Iowa, where they teach Natural Family Planning classes. This is Part 1 of Renee’s testimony. Part 2 is 5 Steps to Embracing Natural Family Planning. * * […]
“We shouldn’t treat unequal issues as if they are equal.“ Congratulations to last week’s giveaway winner Rick Garland! Enter to win a your own copy of Indivisible! Simply leave a comment here. Next Wednesday, August 1, we will randomly select this week’s winner. Giveaway sponsored by The Maximus Group. You also can buy Indivisible from […]