Other Voices - The path to highway holiness

Vatican’s ‘Ten Commandments for Driving’ aim to put Christian drivers behind the wheel

By Jan Alkire

The priest stood frowning before his congregation. He had dealt with limited space in the church parking lot by hiring an off-duty police officer to direct traffic between Masses. Now there was a different problem:

“Quit making obscene gestures at that police officer when you leave church!” he said. 
“What will people think?”

Entering the school of discernment

By Father William M. Watson

The biblical account of paradise in Genesis not only presents the scriptural starting point for human history, it also pro-vides an opening to understand our life as a sacred story.

How to choose God’s way

By Sister Ann Shields

Mercy is part of the revelation of who God is. It is essential to understand it (as far as we are able) because Jesus has asked us: Love one another as I have loved you. (See John 15:12 and Luke 6:27)

How do I go to confession? (part 1)

By Father Joe Krupp

Q: Father, it’s been so long for me and I know I need to go to confession. I’m worried about the “how to” of it all … so, how do I go to confession?