The blessed name of God should never become a curse
- Written by Mary Manning
This summer, try putting down your smartphone and making time for deep reading
With the first cry a child makes, he takes his first breath. From that first moment until his last, he breathes. Air enters and sustains his body. Polluted or oxygen-poor air can put his life at risk. But fresh, healthy air brings life for as long as there is life to be had.
Pope Francis has decreed that a new Marian memorial be inscribed in the Roman calendar
“Jerry the Wolf” would be delighted to know he’s being remembered in print. His given name was Jerome Wolf, and he’d been an inveterate playboy, so the moniker he’d given himself was fitting.