For centuries Christian pilgrims have walked the Via Dolorosa — the Way of the Cross in Jerusalem. The route might not be historically accurate, but to pilgrims that is not imoportant. JUDITH SUDILOVSKY reports from the Via Dolorosa.
Writing a column on social justice and peace offers me plenty of timely issues to choose from. And I always truly sense from God the exact issue he desires that I write on.
As the minds and hearts of Christians throughout the world focus on the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus, we naturally think of the Holy Land.
By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service No matter how weary, wounded or sinful a family has become, the church will always do everything to try to help family members heal, convert and reconcile with the Lord, Pope Francis said.
From Fr Allan Moss OMI, Durban Not much is said by the Church in these times of political turmoil in South Africa.
Often Catholics take the work and prayer of our religious for granted. SR MARY GRACE OF THE SACRED HEART OCD looks at the celebration of 25 years of service of a nun whose life, through her vocation, is extraordinary, and how this relates to the Year of Consecrated Life.
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- Via Dolorosa Pilgrims Walk by Faith March 31, 2015
- The Passion with Holy Land photos March 30, 2015
- We too Must Bear the Cross March 30, 2015
- Why does God Allow Suffering? March 29, 2015
- Mass readings: 29 March – 5 April, 2015 March 27, 2015