There’s some big news to report on the book front. I have learned that Penguins Can’t Fly +39 Other Rules That Don’t Exist will officially be published on June 23, 2015. (That’s the cover right there!)...
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As we age, we tend to develop an appreciation for the things that we once took for granted, or for which we once had little regard. Faith can be one of those things.
Tonight during the premiere episode of Inside the Synod meet the international team of S+L producers who will host our 2014 coverage from inside the Synod on the Family. This year, we’re pleased...
Standing in line at her post office, Carol Bannon discovers a simple poem which reminds her to slow down and remember that the most important thing in her life is never far away.
Rhonda Ortiz shares a chart from Department of Labor website that details goods produced using slave labor, by country of production.
These days it’s easy to be discouraged reading the news about never-ending scandals popping up here and there, or about the shortcomings of various role models, or the interviews of well-known people criticizing...
In Vitro Fertilization seems to be all about creating babies...what could be wrong with that? Bernard Toutounji takes a look.
Compelling fiction and history that's as fun as fiction: find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
We have five copies of the new American Catholic Almanac to give away this week. Be sure to enter!
Being nice to others may help them encounter Christ.
Michael Sheridan shares the amazing story of three generations of determined women in coffee.
When music is more than music, a reflection by Michelle Dawn Jones.
Salt and Light Producers Cheridan Sanders and Sebastian Gomes review the script of an episode of The Church Alive, a series dedicated to Vatican II and the New Evangelization. The 13-part series, was...
Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today's Gospel.
Today on Perspectives, the Vatican’s Secretary of State addresses the 69th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City and the Church in Hong Kong responds to the pro-democracy protests...
Produced and directed by David Nixon, BUILDING A FAMILY LEGACY is available on DVD in October at leading Christian retailers and online.
Don't forget to enter our giveaway this week! We have five copies of the new American Catholic Almanac to give away.
For the artist, the hard times and struggles produce an automatic, kindred audience because any one on Earth can identify with difficulty
Lisa Hendey reflects on the life of Father Junipero Serra as told in The American Catholic Almanac.
The Embrace Ministry is holding its second annual Remembrance and Healing Walk Sunday, October 26th for anyone who would like to remember a child lost due to miscarriage, still born or early infant loss.
"I felt being called to own a business or ministry, but fear sacrificing my family’s needs". Are you a hesitant mompreneur? Read how to deal with the gamut of fears every mompreneur wannabe encounters.
Ignatius Press, one of the largest religious publishers in the world, is publishing four books in the fall that will address issues of the upcoming synod.
Colleen Mitchell invites you to spend 31 days in the parables with the Word of God and renewing your commitment to a healthy prayer life.
Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A – October 5, 2014 We are back in the vineyard again this week, immersed in another of Matthew’s complex Gospel parables. Jesus told these parables in...
Today we celebrate the feast of the Archangels — St. Michael, St. Gabriel, and St. Raphael. Take some time today to look up Scripture references to the different Archangels and meditate on the work...