The Dating Project, a one-day theater event, will be in select theaters April 17. The documentary examines why commitment seems so elusive for some. Get you tickets here. This article was first published on CatholicDigest.com. If you have a child or…
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In this week’s readings for the Third Sunday of Easter, Jeff Cavins reminds us that we can go to confession for a clean start, as he reflects on the day’s Scripture passages.
“Wounds need to be treated, so many wounds! So many wounds! There are so many people who are wounded by material problems, by scandals… People wounded by the world’s illusions…”—Pope Francis
Last fall, inside a quaint confessional in a rural Wisconsin parish, a priest from Spain encouraged me to visit his home country to hike an ancient pilgrimage trail called El Camino de Santiago.
“Then he said to Thomas, ‘Put your finger here, and see my hands; and put out your hand, and place it in my side; do not be faithless, but believing.'” (John 20-27)
In this week’s Encountering the Word video for the Second Sunday of Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday, Jeff Cavins describes how Jesus wants us to look past our fears and accept his divine mercy. The readings are: First Reading: Acts 4:32-35…
In the teaching of Vatican II and all the popes since, we hear over and over again that evangelization is the primary task of the Church. In fact, in 1983, Pope John Paul II declared, “I sense that the time has come for the Church to focus all of its energies on a new evangelization.”