VIDEO: Father Jonathan Morris Says Taking Care of Elderly is Like Taking Care of Jesus

We live in a very youth-oriented culture and, as a result, senior citizens in our society often don’t receive the respect and attention they deserve. In the video below, Father Jonathan Morris says that when we care for our parents or grandparents or others who are aging and lonely, we are actually taking care of [Read More…]

Kids with Special Needs Want to Be of Service and Take Part in the Life of the Church

“Parents of children with special needs need to realize that even though they didn’t expect to have a child with special needs, that was the child God gave them, and God doesn’t make mistakes.” David and Mercedes McBride Rizzo came by that truth first hand when their daughter Danielle was diagnosed with autism at age [Read More…]

A Mohawk-Themed Mass in Honor of St. Kateri

(Photo property of One of our freelance writers, Garan Santicola, recently wrote an article about Native American Catholics for the website Narratively, which describes itself this way: “Narratively is a platform devoted to untold human stories. We avoid the breaking news and the next big headline, and focus instead on slow storytelling, exploring one [Read More…]

“The Flash” Brings Old-Fashioned Heroism to the Modern TV Landscape

Tom Hanks has long been acknowledged as a modern-day Jimmy Stewart in the film world. An argument could be made that Grant Gustin is filling that role in the TV landscape with his role as Barry Allen in “The Flash,” the CW series whose hero brings a touch of old-fashioned heroism to the modern world. [Read More…]