Youth Speak News
Matt Fradd is challenging hundreds of youth in the Archdiocese of Toronto to seek authentic love.
Bigoted. Patriarchal. Sexist.
We’ve all heard the way some people talk about the Catholic Church — in our schools, at work, in the mainstream media or on the Internet. They say it’s an ancient institution, stuck in the past, left behind by modern progress in women’s rights.
For Thomas Lindale, going on a mission trip to India with Free the Children (now WE Charity) was really about being God’s light in the world.
The following is Ruthann J. Lemonius’s second place essay for the 2017 Friars’ Student Writing Awards contest:
By Google’s definition, reconciliation is “the restoration of friendly relations.” But because of the topic, the second definition seemed more fitting: “the action of making one view or belief compatible with another.”
The following is Sabrina Quartarone’s third place essay for the 2017 Friars’ Student Writing Awards contest:
“For Christ’s love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died”— 2 Corinthians 5:14. What does this verse mean and how does it relate to Christian reconciliation?
When Fr. Michael Pace first arrived in Tijuana, Mexico, he couldn’t help but feel overwhelmed.
On Sunday, Jan. 29, just as I was getting ready to leave church after an evening Mass, a gunman opened fire on a mosque in Quebec City, killing six people and injuring many more shortly after the end of their evening prayers.