Christ is Risen! Alleluia, Alleluia!
"This is the night when Jesus takes our wounded hands in his and invites us to paradise."
We watch love expand on Good Friday, when Jesus offered himself for love’s sake.
The near-execution of Billy Neal Moore in 1990 bears resemblances to Jesus’ own torturous journey to crucifixion.
When the seas we weather get rough, to whom do we turn?
It's easy to get so swept up in the “personal savior" narrative of Jesus that we miss entirely his culturally transformative life and value system.
The second of the two greatest commandments, to love our neighbor as ourselves, amplifies the first, to love God above all things.
In the Transfiguration, we see a glimpse of the heavenly kingdom and the redemptive love of Jesus.
Amid a pandemic, social upheaval, and political mayhem, can we rediscover our concern and affinity for one another?
As Lent begins, how can we seek repentance and forgiveness through a restorative justice lens?
Nearly 200 years after Georgetown University profited from the sale of 272 enslaved men, women, and children, one of their descendants examines the need for reconciliation and healing.
Writing to those in prison is a way to bring healing to places of isolation and loneliness.
As we reflect upon the examples set by Mary, Elizabeth, and Joseph, how can we emulate their mercy and hope?
On the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, we are reminded of Mary and her shining example of faith in the Lord.
En la fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, recordamos a María y su ejemplo brillante de fe en Dios.
John the Baptist was called to be a witness to the Lord. How are you being called?
Across the United States, Catholics and people of faith are transforming our broken criminal justice system into one that values healing over vengeance, and hope over death. Join us as we uplift the lived experiences, ministerial examples, and spiritual reflections of those working to promote restorative justice and end the death penalty.