- Apr 13, 2021
Even though the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has seemingly put most of the world on hold, many scholars have continued with their research projects and are already planning ahead, thinking about the 2021 calendar to reschedule events postponed this year.
Usually offered in the middle of the weekend on Saturday afternoons, confession can be a hard sell for busy Catholics. The subject matter, sin, also can be a stumbling block in a culture that can be, at times, too enamored with accentuating the positive.
Twenty-five years after the genocide Rwanda has six “reconciliation villages” where convicted perpetrators who have been released from prison after publicly apologizing for their crimes live side by side with genocide survivors who have professed forgiveness.
Pilgrims share their experiences of World Youth Day Panama.
Catholics in Northern Ireland aren’t thrilled that Pope Francis isn’t planning to pay them a visit when he’s in Dublin later this month, insisting that right now they could really use his help.
Inspired by Pope Francis’s message during his 2017 visit to the country, the Church in Colombia is preparing to celebrate the first National Day of Reconciliation on May 3.
A family in New Jersey discusses their son’s story of opioid addiction and how their faith helped them deal with his death.
Through an annual initiative called “The light is on for you,” dioceses throughout the U.S. have opened their doors to welcome fallen away Catholics back to the Sacrament of Reconciliation.