How to have tough conversations during pride month

In June, Catholics often face challenging discussions stemming from the LGBTQ community's pride celebrations and the arguments that ensue concerning the Church’s teaching on homosexuality. This article focuses on the catechetical work of Jason Evert, who argues that parents and Catholic educators

After pushback, Benedictine students are still happy with Butker

Before controversy erupted on social media, the Kansas City Chiefs’ placekicker Harrison Butker received a standing ovation for his commencement speech at Benedictine College. Responses to the speech from Benedictine college students and recent graduates were generally appreciative. The main exception was

How one man is preparing pilgrims for the unexpected

Next week, pilgrims will begin a 6,500-mile journey, walking across the country with the Eucharist as part of the three-year National Eucharistic Revival. Organizers say that it will be the largest Eucharistic pilgrimage in history, with four routes covering the entire continental

Making merciful love known wherever they go

Sister Karolyn Nunes has enjoyed every assignment she has received in her 19 years as a member of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George. Not because the assignments were the most glamorous or exciting moments, but because each