What is this thing called liturgical conscience? Christopher Carstens introduces this topic, and how to examine it, in part one of his three-part series.
Can suffering have meaning? Father John Bartunek reflects on this and on the sacredness of human life in part two of this two-part series on responding to assisted suicide issues.
What is “centering prayer”? And, should I be practicing it? Is prayer necessary for salvation? Dan Burke and Melissa Elson reflect on the book “Finding God Through Meditation”.
What do we do when our emotions about evil in our world contradict themselves? What path should we follow? Find out the first thing we can do about this in part I of this two-part series by Father John Bartunek.
In our first post, we looked at the moral matrix and dimensions that this question poses. In today’s post, we’ll look at the spiritual motivations
I was wondering what is God’s opinion on plastic surgery. I didn’t know if there was any information in the catechism, Bible, or something said
Dear Father John, I understand that we need to defer to the judgment of the Church on matters of private revelations. It only stands to
Dear Dan, I have recently sought the guidance of a Spiritual director which I would say was greatly influenced by your and Fr. John’s suggestions.