Singlehood is about growing in virtue and holiness and living a life of service toward others, becoming a good brother, sister, and friend. This is the first level of vocation –to become a good person. The second level is committed relationships with others. For a married person, their commitment is to their spouse. For the single person, their commitment is to God to live a life of chastity and not “give themselves away” to someone else. If you are single, this time is a chance to strengthen the relationship between yourself and God.
When online dating emerged on the scene, people doubted whether it could be successful. Now, its an integral part of the path to marriage for many people, including a number of Catholics. Thanks to apostolates like CatholicMarriagePrep.com, couples can not only meet online, they also can prepare for the Sacrament of Marriage.
What does the Pontifical Academy for Life say when it comes to Catholics having their children vaccinated?
Following the immolation of a Jordanian pilot by ISIS, and the Jordanian government's execution of prisoners in response, we ask is "An Eye For Eye" moral?
Los Angeles Archbishop Gomez discuss the upcoming movie "Little Boy" and it's emphasis on the "Corporal Works of Mercy"
This Monday, February 2nd, we celebrate the Feast of the Presentation, also known as Candlemas. Until a couple of years ago, I thought by this point the Christmas season was long over. However, it is on this day that the Vatican packs up its gorgeous life-size Nativity scene to put it in storage until next year. While my small sons are sad to see the sheep, cows, and small Baby Jesus go, we also mark this Feast by saying goodbye to our crèche.
The Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's faithful.
According to reports, Pope Francis granted a private audience with a transgendered man and his fiancee
A collection of 12 quotes from Pope Francis on the dignity of all life and against the horror of abortion
When a journalist asked Pope Francis about birth control during an impromptu press conference on the papal plane, Pope Francis said contraception isn't the answer, but rather 'responsible parenthood.' He explained it with graphic words.