The Eucharist is medicine, but what kind?

Dr. Greg Popcak discusses “Eucharistic coherence,” writing that people of goodwill must see the Eucharist as medicine and the Church as a field hospital. However, he writes, “But as we see in the actual field of physical medicine, it is all too

God is with us, even in our suffering

As we begin the Easter season, in his latest column, Dr. Gregory Popcak explores how we can meditate upon Jesus’ suffering, death and resurrection to help us shape the response to the suffering in our own lives. He writes: “A Christian’s ability

Four ways to fulfill our mission to love like Christ

Dr. Greg Popcak writes that “every Christian is called to be pastoral. Not just pastors and professional ministers, but Christian parents, politicians and anyone attempting to use their gifts to build the kingdom of God. At heart, being pastoral means shepherding each

Have a very pastoral new year

Last January, Dr. Greg Popcak predicted that 2020 would be the Year of the Domestic Church. Since then, the pandemic has forced the Church to reexamine the role of the family in Catholic life. This year, he writes, “I’m going to tempt

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