The majority of couples today live together before getting married, but does that make it worth it? Studies show that cohabiting couples are more likely to divorce than their friends who lived apart until marriage. Whether cohabitation causes break ups or if it’s an indication of othe
New laptop or tablet? Check. Bedding and toiletries? Check. New clothes and shoes? Check. Your Catholic faith? … Thousands of families across the Commonwealth are packing up their college freshmen and taking them to school for the first time. Will these students continue to live out t
(NOVEMBER 1, 2012) – Each year on this day the Catholic Church celebrates “All Saints Day.” This solemnity remembers those who have fulfilled their earthly vocation and now enjoy eternal happiness in the presence of God. These saints may be unnamed, but they certainly are not
The Catholic Bishops of Pennsylvania have called for Friday, March 30, 2012, to be a day of prayer, fasting and abstinence for religious liberty. Click here to send a message in support of religious liberty. Below is their letter to the faithful: Brothers and Sisters in
A new academic year is upon us. Thousands of young men and women are going away to college. It is an exciting and anxious time for students and parents alike. Living the Catholic faith on campus can be a challenge and an opportunity for students. Read the Pennsylvania Bishops’ p
St. Thomas More was an enormously successful lawyer, diplomat, statesman and writer in the 16th century. This courageous saint was beheaded for standing up for his religious beliefs against the English rule. He lived – and gave his life – for the truth.