- Jun 1, 2020
In remarks opening an Oct. 3-28 meeting of the Synod of Bishops, Pope Francis told young people that engaging the Church is not a “waste of time.”
Taylor Sanford spent eight weeks at the church parish learning about the life of a parish priest.
The vocations office of the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa., hosts the Fiat Days retreat each year for young women ages 15-25 to learn about consecrated life and better discern God’s call.
In a March audience with priests in Rome, Pope Francis warned about challenges of priestly life, from celibacy to social media. The key? Don’t lose your sense of humor.
Vatican summit of young people reveals real need for guidance, a search for more effective engagement with secularism, and the toxic nature of clericalism.
In his prayer video for March, Pope Francis asked for prayers that Christians be better educated to discern between the voices of the “culture of death” and the voice of God, calling them to carry out his mission in the world.