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Laura Kelly Fanucci: A theology of gift and grandparents

Grandparents rank among the best gift-givers. In our house, they are legendary. Presents tumbling out of suitcases. Piles under the Christmas tree. Birthday packages on...

What does it mean that we all start small? Laura Kelly...

How often do you think about how small you are? Not your size or shape, but the fact that you were once tinier than the...

Ripping the roof off the house: Laura Kelly Fanucci

Since I was young, leafing through colorful pages in my children's Bible, I've loved the Gospel story where the friends lower the paralyzed man...

When pandemic leaves us feeling we have nothing more to add,...

The opposite of division is multiplication. The opposite of subtraction is addition. In a time when we feel deeply divided and we've lost so much,...

We can still celebrate with each other, enjoying the essentials of...

Flip back through photos and you'll see how different Christmas will look this year. No Nativity pageant at church. No Christmas concert at school....

We’re tired, anxious and struggling — We need to open our...

Lord, we're tired. Overwhelmed. Anxious. Uncertain. This year has brought massive changes to our families. Work, school, church -- all of it looks different now....

Message from St. Teresa of Kolkata, home is where we start...

Did you know that one of the most famous lines attributed to St. Teresa of Kolkata was never spoken by her? "If you want to...

Part of church teachings needs to be how to confront and...

The Catholic Church never taught me how to fight racism. As a cradle Catholic, the church taught me how to fight abortion, poverty, hunger, violence...

What place does faith have in family life right now? Laura...

Families have never been closer. Families have never been farther apart. Like many of you, I’ve been sheltering in place with my spouse and kids...

‘The ministry of moving over’ counts in the church pew and...

Our family learned this summer that we are expecting a baby in March -- due on the feast of the Annunciation. A delightful date...

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