Accept the invitation to discipleship

St. John Paul II loved young people. He witnessed this love at many World Youth Days, which he established, including Buenos Aires, Santiago de Compostela, Czestochowa, Denver, … Read More

Find comfort in that hour of worship

The Living Rite column explores what you will see, hear, taste, touch or smell while at church this weekend. In today’s Gospel, Andrew, Simon, James and John … Read More

The Commuter

NEW YORK — If you think your trip back and forth to work is trying, consider the plight Liam Neeson finds himself in as “The Commuter” (Lionsgate). … Read More

The Post

NEW YORK — The oddest scenes in “The Post” (Fox), a nostalgic account of The Washington Post’s publication of the Pentagon Papers in 1971, involve Meryl Streep … Read More

Each one of us has a call from God

How did you decide to do the work that you do? Was there someone who advised you? Did you have a mentor? Audrey works at a technical … Read More

Titles tell us how to relate to Jesus

The Living Rite column explores what you will see, hear, taste, touch or smell while at church this weekend. This Sunday bears the title “Ordinary Time.” These … Read More

A new kingdom for all humanity

A Scripture scholar once told me that it is very important to pay attention to the minor characters in Scripture stories. This advice is especially true with … Read More

Ministry of ushers has a long history

The Living Rite column explores what you will see, hear, taste, touch or smell while at church this weekend. We all know something about the story of … Read More

Hope for God’s love to take hold

Twelve-year-old George was what many people would call a “loser.” Passed through a series of foster homes, this morning he was appearing in juvenile court for shoplifting. … Read More