It can be hard as a child to understand the ascetic practices of the Lenten Season, but a more mature faith incorporates its lessons as the Church's fast before the feast.
Even though their days are busy and full of various activities, when the men of Moreau Seminary gather for prayer, their hearts, and voices, are united in praise of God.
When we work, moved by the Holy Spirit, we cooperate in making Jesus present to those we serve. Jesus is present to us in many ways, in the Sacraments, in the Word, but we also desire to make him present by the way we love those placed before us. This is what is happening in East Africa.
God is not only present in the moments we set aside to invite Him in, but in all moments. How can we be more aware of that presence even in the midst of our everyday tasks?
Tom Bodart, a Postulant at Moreau, shares his passion for basketball and how the recent seminary tournament also taught him about community life.
Hidden just behind what meets the eye, God may have a wonderful plan just waiting to be revealed.
Catholic Schools Week is busy for any Catholic school, but Fr. Tom Eckert, C.S.C., gives us a peek into the heart of its mission at St. John Vianney in Goodyear, Ariz.
Two of our seminarians were selected to participate in a Young Preachers conference over Christmas Break. Dennis Strach, C.S.C. shares some of what this experience taught him about his own vocation to preach.
On the Feast day of our community's Founder, Blessed Basil Moreau, the Rector of his church shares insights on his gifts and the contribution he made to the Universal Church.
Are priests lonely during the holidays? Fr. Brian gives an honest and surprising answer based on his experience of religious life.