Doctors, nurses and health personnel are risking their lives attending to COVID-19 patients. They are being hailed as “heroes” for their altruism and utmost dedication.
Defined as “non-judgmental awareness of the present moment,” mindfulness is a way of plugging ourselves into reality instead of paying attention to the fantasies we create in our imagination.
The examen is a way of praying that allows us to find and see God in our most ordinary, everyday experiences, making us stop, look back at our day, and listen to ourselves and to God Himself and what He has been telling us.
A Dominican friar shares his experience of spending his yearly vacation in an ashram in India. Under the guidance of a guru and following an exigent daily schedule, the retreatants embark on an inner pilgrimage of contemplation and self-knowledge.
While there are many good Catholics committed to end abortion, others are not. It would be good to rearrange some of our priorities so as to make room throughout the year for the unborn and other suffering people.
Parishes are places where significant steps can be taken to eliminate single-use plastics and reduce waste. Find out in this article examples and suggestions on how to do so.
Planting more than 500 billion trees could remove around 25 percent of existing carbon from the atmosphere, a new study has found. What’s more: there’s enough space to do it.
The convent of the Comboni Sisters in the West Bank is surrounded on three sides by the Israeli separation wall, but the missionary nuns are trying to build bridges of peace rather than walls.
How do we know God’s will and how do we put it into practice? It is manifested in daily events, even unexpected ones, which require a sense of faith that sees everything we do as acts of love.
In the first commandment, God defines His identity as the savior, the one who rescued His people from slavery. By claiming that He is the only true God, He asks the faithful to believe and put their trust only in Him.