Love Your Neighbor

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  • LAMP Catholic Ministries

    by Caroline Kenney

    LAMP Catholic Ministries (Lay Apostolic Ministries with the Poor) was founded in 1981 to serve the spiritual needs of the materially poor, and that continues to be its purpose and main focus. The Bronx, New York-based organization currently serves people in … read more

  • Faith In Action

    by Caroline Kenney

    On the 30th anniversary of Assumption College’s SEND program, Vincent Sullivan-Jacques, assistant director of campus ministry, explained the significance of the SEND program in promoting relationship-based service. The program gives students at… read more

  • Ministries On the Move

    by Ella Hadacek

    As Catholics, we’re all called to evangelize, but sometimes doing that can be difficult. Living in our own little worlds, we miss or ignore the opportunities God gives us, or we just don’t know how to begin. Three Christian ministries &mdash… read more

  • Showing Mercy in Daily Life

    by Lisa Klewicki, Ph.D.

    When we think of Pope Francis, what comes to mind? Hopefully you are thinking about mercy, compassion, and forgiveness. These are all characteristics of his papacy and in fact, Pope Francis declared a Jubilee of Mercy that began on December 8, 2015.   How … read more

  • Are You Called to Street Evangelization?

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    Following in the footsteps of St. Maximilian Kolbe and Mother Teresa, Steve Dawson started handing out Miraculous Medals to strangers as a way to evangelize. As a revert to the Catholic faith, Dawson knew that the answer to the problems he saw in the… read more

  • Video of Boy Celebrating Mass Goes Viral

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    Bible museum being built in Washington, D.C.   A vast Bible museum is currently under construction in Washington, D.C., with strong support from the Vatican since its beginning phases, officials for the project said. The museum will be 430,000 square feet… read more

  • Six Ways to be a Thoughtful Gift-giver

    by Mary Ellen Barrett

    Have you ever had the experience of giving a gift and knowing the recipient hated it? Either by the look on the person’s face when he or she opened it or its disregard later? I have, and it’s not a good feeling. I have also been on the other … read more

  • Healing with God's Creatures

    by Daria Sockey

    It’s the plea every mother dreads. More than whiny begs for high-priced toys or trips to Disneyland.   “Mom, look! We found a (choose one: robin, squirrel, chipmunk, rabbit, hawk, fawn, groundhog, mouse) that was (hit by a car, abandoned by… read more

  • Catholic Heroes of the Holocaust

    by Daria Sockey

    April 28 is Holocaust Remembrance Day, the start of an eight-day annual period of activities commemorating one of the darkest events of human history. This was the day that Allied troops liberated the Dachau concentration camp in 1945. In so doing, they discovered and made known to … read more

  • Blessed Are They Who Mourn

    by Rebecca Ryskind Teti

    It was an agonizing week in our close-knit community.   On the vigil of the Assumption, the 6-year-old son of a beautiful young couple in our neighborhood suffered a trauma and hovered by a thread in the sacred space between life and death for… read more

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