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As an Air Force physician working at a clinic in Germany, Dr. Lloyd Pierre realized something was wrong with the way he practiced medicine.
As we head into a full and sometimes frenzied holiday season, it is crucial for us to find moments of real peace. Our responsorial psalm, "In you, Lord, I have found my peace" (Psalm 131), reminds us it is in God that we find the peace we are seeking.
Meditation is the second expression of prayer taught in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It usually follows and surpasses vocal prayer. It prepares us for the gift of contemplation.
Jean Twenge’s book, "iGen," is one of the most fascinating – and depressing – texts I’ve read in the past decade.
Now that we have established that Jesus is God, it remains to be seen whether he is also the Son of God. For if Jesus is the Son of God, it follows naturally that he knows his Father, loves him and is obedient to him, and abides in intimate communion with him.
This year’s Respect Life Program theme, "Be Not Afraid," was recently announced.
It’s been a year since the election and much of the acrimony still seems to linger. I was listening recently to a cultural commentator and convert to Christianity who was asked why he is so consistently joyful despite all the bad news.
Despite the formulation you’ve heard before and after the Oct. 31 quincentenary of Luther’s 95 theses, there was no single "Reformation" to which the Catholic "Counter-Reformation" was the similarly univocal response.