“Fatherhood is a vocation in God’s service to be not held lightly or frivolously, but with the serious determination of serious men.” —Father Lawrence Lovasik
A daughter’s doodles reveal beauty in mistakes
BY MATT PAOLELLI
A dad discovers divine truth while drawing with his daughter.
Being a man in the Korean American church
BY HOON CHOI
How can Korean American Catholic communities address the gap between men’s and women’s work?
How Catholic liturgy helped a father through family tragedy
BY DAVID RUSSELL MOSELY
Liturgy speaks when we can’t find the words.
Our nation needs merciful sick and family leave policies
BY KEVIN CLARKE
33.6 million people do not have access to paid sick leave.
Advice to my son
BY BRIAN DOYLE
A letter from writer Brian Doyle to his son.
COVID-19 is not the only pandemic our nation is fighting
BY KEVIN P. CONSIDINE
The virus of fear leads to violence in a racialized U.S. culture. The antidote is courage and love.
Eternal memory belongs to God. Embrace each moment now.
BY DON CLEMMER
In fleeting moments, find comfort in God’s eternity.
St. John Paul II, my other grandfather
BY DAMIAN COSTELLO
The spirit of John Paul II infused the house of this Catholic’s Polish grandparents.
Choose compassion during complex pregnancies
BY MATTHEW A. HAMILTON
If facing an ectopic pregnancy, you can follow science and church teaching.
Mary: The patron saint for parents of missing children
BY PATRICK GALLAGHER
On Missing Children’s Day, the story of the holy family offers hope for desperate parents.
For many U.S. Catholics, justice issues are central to pro-life values
BY STEPHEN SCHNECK
U.S. Catholic readers live out pro-life values in myriad ways.
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