America has the ability to serve every person while making room for valid conscientious objection for the purposes of religious freedom
For anyone who has ever visited our Diocesan offices, receptionist Ella Roanhorse has become like a longtime family member.
"The separation of children from their parents in these situations, whether as a means of punishment or deterrence, is inhumane and entirely unacceptable. "
In their struggle against Thanos, the Avengers present a worldview consistent with Catholic teaching: that even a single life is worth fighting for.
Maggie Jetty is a mother and specialist in early childhood development who makes "peg saints": artistic wooden depictions of saints which have brought the joys of the Faith to children and adults alike.
In this episode, Bishop Wall hits on the most relevant points of the exhortation, from care of the poor, to joy, to the power and potential drawbacks of the internet.
The Ladies of Charity are a group of lay women worldwide who follow the Vincentian model of "Humility, Simplicity and Charity" in service to the poor.
In part one of our series on "Humanae Vitae", Bishop Wall examines the prophetic vision of Pope Paul VI and the negative consequences he foresaw for any society that rejects the value of human life in all its stages.