- Apr 21, 2021
The Philippines in most respects are a raging Catholic success story, and a country absolutely vital to Catholic fortunes in the 21st century – probably more so, however much it may hurt for Americans to hear it, than the United States.
At the end of April, Father Kevin Gillespie and the staff at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Washington, D.C., will hold a special meeting. Their task: Figuring out the right balance between pre-pandemic and pandemic ministry right now, while the world waits for an elusive post-pandemic future.
On this special Sunday, we are all given the exhortation of the Lord Jesus to “go and teach.”
One year after a high-stakes meeting for their Golden Jubilee, Africa’s continental body of bishops has had to adjust their bold new vision for evangelization due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has offered both challenges and unexpected opportunities.
There is a time and a place for everything, but in catechesis, there should be time and a place for film, argued three top executives of the Catholic film production company ODB Films.
New billboards thanking those on the frontlines of America’s coronavirus response for their heroism are popping up around the country thanks to one of Pope Francis’s Missionaries of Mercy.
Catholic organizations have shifted their focus and have practically become their own little media outlets.