How do individuals balance self-care with acts of sacrifice, especially when their actions are influenced by their faith? Interviews reveal four key factors.
At the Mongolia interfaith gathering, Tuvshin Gombo stood as the sole female envoy, showcasing the Church’s forward-thinking approach to women, echoing Mongolia’s own culture.
Can we envision a God who says, “Do it again” after each vicarious act of service done in temples? Our Father doesn’t tire of saving souls. And neither should we.
Over the centuries, the Catholic Church had evolved from non-violence to a “just war” doctrine. Dorothy Day responded with a new pacifist theology.
Learn about how Latter-day Saints can understand the Lent season. Explore the fasting, prayer, and almsgiving that help Catholics draw closer to God.
Faiths across the world observe sacred moments. Watching and participating with them not only helps us love one another more but can deepen our own faith.
There is a joy and power that can come from joining others on their own sacred ground of worship. In addition to becoming better neighbors, we deepen our appreciation for the rich variety of differing faith traditions.
Our own religious lives can be enhanced by seeking out good wherever we find it—including through religious pluralism.
The Catholic relational approach to identity and emphasis on forgiveness has the effect of strengthening relationships and replacing guilt with hope.
The Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in Fulton v. Philadelphia will have significant implications for religious freedom.
Christianity’s darkest day gives surprising hope for all those with a “cross to bear.”
This month, passages about the most potent moral figure in Western culture, the influences on Augustine,
and the enduring wisdom of the prophet Jeremiah.