If you were granted one wish, what would you ask for?
Liverpool F.C. have waited for 30 years to be at the top of English Soccer. This year, the hope of their fans and players finally carried them to claim the English Premier League title. What do they have to teach us about hope?
When all our love is in and through Christ, then our love is amplified beyond our own capabilities.
How can we respond to another unarmed black man killed by white police officers? We need to read MLK’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” and look to Jesus’s example of righteous anger.
Being at home with my family during the pandemic has made me appreciate the familial dimensions of the Resurrection. This is the latest in our signs of Easter series!
Netflix and hundreds of other streaming services promise endless satisfaction. But it can be hard to even choose something to watch. What if happiness sometimes means saying no?
The rapper NF came out with a new album about fame, success, mental health and, ultimately, the desire for a relationship with God. We break down the album with the help of St. Thomas Aquinas.
The USWNT are hoping to win another World Cup this Sunday. But star forward and co-captain Megan Rapinoe has filled headlines with her back-and-forth exchanges with President Donald Trump. Can the country pull together around U.S. soccer’s biggest stars?
We might not always get along, but Jesus called us to be one. Ian Peoples, SJ, reminds us of Jesus' call to remain in love in this week's One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for Sunday, June 2, which you can find here: https://bit.ly/2WvSBhi