The news is full of stories of conflict, poverty, and destruction. For most of us, these stories cause a moment or a day of sadness or concern. Maybe we even offer a prayer for those impacted by the chaos. The sad reality, though, is that we quickly move on. We read the next tragic news story or return to what we were doing before and the tragedy ...
Vietnam is one of the places in the world where vocations to the priesthood and religious life are still abundant. A long history of keeping the faith under difficult circumstances has nurtured a high regard for ... Read More
One of the best occasions as a missionary to meet Christian families is at the celebration of baptism. During the rite several important questions are addressed to the parents. I strongly emphasize one of these ... Read More
In His life, Jesus exemplified the corporal works of mercy: to feed the hungry, to give drink to the thirsty, to clothe the naked, to welcome the stranger, to heal the sick, to visit the imprisoned, and to bury the ... Read More