Andrew and Terri Lyke, retired experts in marriage ministry, explain how family formation in a Catholic home leads to embodied love in the world.
The Archbishop of Malta, who works in the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, made the comments in a new interview with his country's top daily.
Fr Jean-Claude Duncan, a father of nine and grandfather of one, was formerly a Methodist minister and converted with his family in 2016.
Fr John McKenzie welcomes the headline-making declaration from Rome that Catholic clergy can bless same-sex couples and the irregularly remarried.
Yet another bombshell from the Vatican on LGBTQ+ issues greenlights same-sex blessings—though maintaining a traditional view of marriage.
Efran Menny on how recent high-profile allegations of partner abuse reveal a need for deeper conversations in the Black Catholic community.
Efran Menny breaks down the ongoing crisis of medical racism and the Catholic call to support Black mothers in need.
Joseph Peach shares his discovery of identity in Christ while exploring life as an adopted child of God—and of White Americans.
Ever wondered about the origin of that strange-sounding children's song? It's worth researching to avoid passing down a racist legacy, says Sara Chinakwe.
Dr. Ronald E. Smith gives a practical (and historical) take on the new normal in higher education for disadvantaged people of color post-SFFA.
More than 30 Catholic women scholars and activists have signed on to a statement criticizing conservative hypocrisy on women's health and calling for a new era of dialogue.
Roe is no more, but all will suffer without a commitment to post-birth family support mechanisms, says Efran Menny.