Today is All Souls’ Day, Dia de los muertos, the Christian version of the universal aspiration to preserve the memory… Read more Remembering 230,000+
Pope Francis, portrait by Brother Patrick, F.S.C. Pope Francis has issued the third encyclical of his pontificate, the second of… Read more Pope Francis on COVID & Politics
by Brother David Caretti, F.S.C., Ed.D. As a Lasallian Family, responding to the situations that exist both in our country… Read more Lasallian Education Overcoming Structural Racism
“I really only love God as much as I love the person I love the least” (attributed to Dorothy Day… Read more Exploring the Reaches of Love with Saint La Salle
A leading Vatican official, in a recent interview, warned against using the Catholic Church’s pro-life teaching as a political weapon… Read more Catholics and Elections
The Cummins Institute is happy to forward a recent essay by Saint Mary’s College faculty colleague, Mary Volmer, MFA, written… Read more What Does It Mean to Love One’s Neighbor?
“Justice and peace will kiss,” psalm 85:11 Saint Clare Today is the memorial of Saint Clare of Assisi, the first… Read more John Lewis in the Footsteps: ‘Good Trouble’ & Non-Violence
At Tarragona in Spain, saint Jaime Hilario (Manuel) Barbal Cosán, religious of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, martyr, who,… Read more Speaking Truth to Power: The Witness of Saint Jaime Hilario Barbal, F.S.C.
Editor’s introduction: The author of today’s blog, a 2020 graduate of Saint Mary’s College who majored in kinesiology, recounts a… Read more Leadership for Change
This week is the Octave of the Feast of Corpus Christi, a liturgical celebration instituted in 1264, after the Miracle… Read more The Black Body of Christ