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How to Offer Up Your Suffering Like St. John Vianney

St. John Vianney did not flee the crosses of his life—and neither should we.

How to Restore a Church in Scandal? Begin with a Collective Confession

Before helping to restore the Church, Catholic laity need to say a specific prayer.

How to Help Young People Find Faith: An Interview with Bishop Barron

Here is the full text of Bishop Barron’s recent interview with the National Catholic Reporter about the upcoming Synod of Bishops on “Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment.”

Striving for Greatness

We desire greatness because we are made for greatness.

What It Means to Be Pro-Family

The well-being of the family matters to society, and the well-being of society matters to the family.

On Finding the Shakespeare I Never Knew

Great literature can stun us into wonder.

McCarrick, Mary, and Mystery: Seeking Truth in the Moment

The McCarrick story is a moment for the priesthood of the laity to step up.

Bishop Barron's Top 5 Resources on “Humanae Vitae”

To help shed light on this important and prophetic encyclical published 50 years ago today, we're sharing Bishop Barron's top 5 resources on the teachings of “Humanae Vitae.”

How a Group of Cloistered Nuns Balance Prayer and Facebook

“These efforts are not just for getting vocations but are for the whole church and the new evangelization.”

American Animals, Hungry Hearts

At the end of this journey into the strangeness of the human creature, we find the strangest thing of all.