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By Fr. Ernest Daly on December 19, 2007
Christmas is a time of miracles and a time of gifts. As we celebrate the greatest of all miracles and gifts, that of God becoming a child to save us, it can also be a time to recognize modern miracles, especially the miracle of God’s love working in people’s hearts.
By Fr. John Bartunek, LC on November 7, 2007
Global warming: Is it for real? Is it as bad as some people say it is? And, if it’s bad, what can we do about it? In this lesson we briefly examine the global warming debate and give some suggestions about our attitude as Catholics towards this issue.
By Heather Voccola on October 7, 2007
As we live our fast-paced lives there is a danger that we can put faith at the end of the list. As long as everything is speeding nicely along, it doesn’t seem to be that much of a problem. But there are moments that reveal how deep our faith is…
By Fr. Ernest Daly on September 15, 2007
This is a story of something beautiful coming out of the emptiness that one man felt, and what he and his friends are doing to make a difference in the world.
By Fr. John Bartunek, LC on May 15, 2007
Ever since the Garden of Eden, the human heart has been a battleground between good and evil. In situations like the Virginia Tech massacre, we see how deeply evil tendencies can affect the human heart, and how much damage they can cause.
By Alex Kubik on April 15, 2007
Some official estimates say that 27 million people live in slavery worldwide today. Ten million are in India alone. In fact, there are more people in slavery today — in 2007 — than in any time in recorded history!
By Alex Kubik on March 15, 2007
For many viewers, the most noteworthy dimension of this year’s Super Bowl game was the way it showcased the personal character of two men whose lives, on and off the field, are shaped by their Christian faith.
By Elias Crim on February 15, 2007
A young man stumbles from a subway platform and falls onto the train tracks… The man is in imminent danger. There is only a split second to decide whether or not to take action…
By Elias Crim on January 15, 2007
The U.N.’s recent Human Development Report stated that nearly 2.6 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean water and proper sanitation… The problem is not due to any scarcity of this precious resource: it is due to a lack of political and social commitment to solving the problem.