A wedding in the midst of a pandemic puts things in perspective.
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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!
With sheltering-in-place during the coronavirus pandemic, it can feel like the only option for liturgy is watching a live-stream Mass on a screen. But the Mass isn’t the only form of liturgy in the Catholic Church. What do you know about the Liturgy of the Hours? It’s a form of liturgy that can be prayed anywhere, with anyone. And it’s a very participatory prayer, which makes it great for small groups and families. Learn more about it here, along with how you can put it into practice in your own home!
This is a time where people should develop an attitude of contemplation. How can we take a “long, loving, look at the real,” during the COVID-19 pandemic?
James Keenan, S.J., a theology professor at Boston College, answers questions about his experience of being interviewed by author Malcolm Gladwell on his podcast “Revisionist History,” where they tackled moral issues of today through a method called “casuistry.”
So you’re getting married- congratulations! Now how do you go about planning your Catholic wedding? This first installment of the Catholic 101 series at The Jesuit Post will address many of the questions you might be having. How do I start? What is marriage prep? What if I’m marrying a non-Catholic? This is a resource to help you on your way.
Unplanned pregnancy. Family reactions. This Oscar-worthy movie looks at the gray areas of life.
Books are on the rise – here’s what we’re reading.
A dark Christmas is still a real Christmas
Sometimes faith can be unremarkable and routine. God is still there.