Gregorian Chant in Pastoral Ministry and Religious Education
Registration information about a conference at Dunwoodie Seminary on Gregorian Chant in Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry in New York.
The Catholic Imagination in the Classroom
My students have grown accustomed to their senses being bombarded with stimulation. They find it difficult, as do I, to cut off from the noise of the fast-paced world swirling around them. Too often, the media that falls in their lap, or...
Does a Catholic School Evangelize?
Our weekly post describing what you'll find in this week's Church Life. Celebrating Catholic Schools week, Church Life will ask this week: does a Catholic school evangelize?
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: Cultivating the Christian Imagination of the Child
Recently I was talking to a mother of two young children, who explained that she drops her youngest son off at childcare while she attends Mass because “he is too young to get anything out of it.” Implicit in her remark is th...
Debunking Abortion Myths: Part 3
In just over a week, hundreds of thousands of Americans will gather on the National Mall to protest the their country’s abortion policy, which ranks among the most permissive in the world. As abortion rates reach their lowest level...
Debunking Abortion Myths: Part 2
Political rhetoric often gives the impression that Americans’ views on abortion may be neatly categorized along ideological, generation, and gender lines. However, this ethereal narrative blurs and even obscures the on-the-ground r...
Debunking Abortion Myths: Part 1
Jessica Keating, Director of the ND Institute for Church Life Human Dignity & Life Initiatives, sets to demythologizing abortion commonplaces.
The Hiddenness of St. André Bessette
Carolyn Pirtle explains how St André's hiddenness helps us celebrate Epiphany.