by Lynda Monckton February is approaching and often our thoughts turn to love and romance. For some, those initial stages of attraction, friendship and love eventually lead couples to the possibility of marriage. As it turns out the Church has much to say about marriage. In the Catechism of the Catholic Church we read, “The … Continue reading “Ten Ways to Enrich Your Marriage”
January 19, 2017
Dear Lord, We pray that the life of every human person, from conception to natural death, might be enshrined and protected in our laws; We pray to the Lord. Amen! The over 56 million abortions since the 1973 decisions of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton reflect with heartbreaking magnitude what Pope Francis means by a … Continue reading “January 23 – Day Of Prayer For The Legal Protection Of Unborn Children”
USCCB Chairman Calls on Congress to Preserve Gains in Healthcare Coverage While Also Emphasizing the Need to Protect Human Life, Conscience Rights and the Poor Rev. Alfred Baca Named New Executive Director of U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs Department Subcommittee on Aid to the Church in Central and Eastern Europe Awards … Continue reading “USCCB Updates”
The Intersection of Marriage and Religious Freedom in America, now available from the USCCB. Order your copy now!
Pope Francis said on Wednesday that Christian Unity and reconciliation are possible. Read more… Picture: ©ANSA
In this issue: Resources from the Offices of Liturgy and Music, Workshops and events, NPM updates, the 2017 Orlando Liturgical Conference, and more. Click here.
Find recommended resources for students and educators, and many more at the USCCB online store! Click here.
The Beatitudes are at the heart of Jesus’ preaching. They take up the promises made to the chosen people since Abraham and fulfill these promises by ordering them to gain the kingdom of heaven. Read more…
The season of Lent is marked by many traditions among Catholics in the United States. Symbolized by its ubiquitous cardboard box, CRS Rice Bowl has been a tradition for generations of Catholics. Beginning in 1975 as a response to a growing famine in Africa, CRS Rice Bowl today shines a light on the Catholic community’s … Continue reading “This Lent CRS Rice Bowl Opens Path to a Culture of Encounter”
In this issue: Thank You Catherine of Siena Institute, Upcoming Ministry Resource Fair, New Ministers’ Orientation Webinar, and more.
Resources for Lent and Easter are now available from the USCCB. Click here.