Flexibility has been learned on way to identity
It was a surreal moment for me when I looked at the calendar and circled the date May 20. Graduation day.
German author writes book about Pope Benedict
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – While retired Pope Benedict XVI said organization and governance are not his strong suits, he also said, “I am unable to see myself as a failure.”
Archbishop Aymond gives reflections on Mother Teresa
Jesus calls all of us to be disciples. He calls us to be in a close relationship with him, to know our own gifts and use them for others. Mother Teresa is an example of a woman who has truly responded to that call to discipleship, and she was canonized a few weeks ago by Pope Francis.
‘Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities’
WASHINGTON – Prayers for peace at Catholic schools and parishes around the country Sept. 9 are meant to “build relationships and plant seeds in people’s minds and hearts” said Bishop Shelton J. Fabre
Catholic Charities believes in edge Head Start gives
Marianite Sister Marjorie Hebert, president and CEO of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans (CCANO), can attest to how important education is, having spent a quarter of a century as a teacher and administrator.
Can you unplug for a day?
How many of us have seriously thought about “unplugging”?