Most of the advice at this time of the year is focused on “give something up, take something on.” That’s a good plan, but some creative priests in my life have suggested practices that have reshaped Lent for me….
“I found that learning to be an effective manager helped me grow as a Catholic and live my faith more fully, inside and outside of the office. It seems the Holy Spirit can get his point across in a variety…
When we lose sight of human dignity some strange things happen. Understanding what’s wrong with freezing embryos means examining the process from the perspective of the embryo. Read more here at Angelus News
I was honored to send back thoughts and images from the March for Life to Angelus News. See more here.
The recent vote on the Pain Capable Children Protection Act reveals a deep division in how we will treat the most vulnerable among us. Read my analysis here at Angelus News.
The time after Christmas offers a mini-Catechesis on the life of faith. Read more here at Angelus News.
Catholics have a long time to celebrate the birth of Jesus. My latest at Angelus News shows how to keep the feasts after Christmas!
One question: if other stem cell lines that are not morally objectionable have proved fruitful for research, why do scientists insist on pursuing embryonic stem cell research? My latest at Angelus News explores the moral issues associated with stem cell…
Advent too often gets lost in the Christmas hustle. Read more here at Angelus News about how to keep that from happening.
These tips work just as well for Christmas. Read more here at Angelus News.