When I take the time to pray with my anger, I often discover that it is self-induced.
God continually invites each of us to step into a future where we don’t know what will happen.
When we speak of Jesus as “the Word made flesh,” most of us envision a harmless baby. But that Word is the most powerful force...
Pope Francis tells us that we will find joy in proclaiming the gospel. What are we waiting for?
In this homily for the First Sunday of Advent, Paulist Fr. Mark-David Janus recalls Marley's Ghost from "A Christmas Carol."
Both faith and gratitude require us to pause and make time for God.
Can we identify our enemies with the repentant thief, as imperfect people trying to follow Christ?
Let’s stop being scared of each other; let’s be scared together. Let’s have compassion for the people who disagree with us.
Whatever God has planned for us in the afterlife, it will be wonderful beyond our wildest imagining!
Our beloved dead may already be dwelling in the Father’s house, but as members of the mystical Body of Christ, they will always be present...
On some days, religion seems difficult to understand. But today is not one of those days.
Have you been isolating yourself from God? If you’re waiting for an invitation to come back, consider this to be yours!