The Faith Is Celebrated in Red Hook

Hundreds praised the Lord in word and song when Koinonia John the Baptist New York presented its seventh New Evangelization Congress. Koinonia Community founder, Father Ricardo Argañaraz, was present.

Different Medium, Same Message

A former editor of San Diego’s diocesan newspaper has found a different medium for spreading the Gospel message. Cy Kellett, who was editor of The Southern Cross for a decade, is now the host of “The Bright Side With Cy Kellett” on Immaculate Heart Radio. ,

Insights on the Mystery of Person

The section in the text was about the mystery of love. I have read and studied the section many times. But as I was reading it to the students, something strange happened. Insights that I had received from the text many times previously seemed to leap off the page.

Francis Offers Great Hope

Dear Editor: In reply to Bob Fallon’s Letter (Oct. 10) which you headline “Fix the Church of Jesus,” we agree with Fallon’s assertion that Pope Francis has embarked vigorously upon this mission and ministry.

Mass Mob Invades Cobble Hill Church

Bigger than usual crowds filled the pews at St. Agnes Church when the NYC Mass Mob visited Cobble Hill on Oct. 18. The NYC Mass Mob visit is part of a larger, ongoing revitalization effort in the church community.

Bringing New Life to The New Evangelization

I took a walk through Bushwick to view some of the street art that has been rapidly filling up the walls of the factories and local business. I’m talking legitimate art, not illegal graffiti. You can stroll along Wilson or Willoughby Ave. or you can walk down Bogart or Ten Eyck Street. The murals that have been spray painted on the exteriors of the buildings are very evident. They are expressive, colorful and magnificent.

Cardinal: Laity Share in the Mission of Evangelization

ST. LOUIS (CNS) – As the role of the laity in the Catholic Church expands, lay ministers have a co-responsibility with their ordained counterparts in furthering the Church’s mission of evangelization, said Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston. The cardinal was the opening speaker at the Lay Ecclesial Ministry Summit June 7-8 in St. Louis. […]

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio

A Response to the New Evangelization

My dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, When the first encyclical of Pope Francis, Lumen Fidei (“Light of Faith”), was signed in June, 2013 on the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, our Holy Father presented faith as a light that dispels the darkness and illuminates us. A few months later, in October, 2013, […]

Focused on the New Evangelization

by George Weigel There’s a lot for U.S. Catholics to be thankful for at Thanksgiving 2013: seminaries that have turned the corner from the doldrums of the immediate past and are now full, or getting close; a reform of the liturgical reform that is bringing a new sense of the sacred back to Catholic worship; […]