Since Jesus commissioned His disciples to proclaim the Good News to all nations, the approach to evangelisation and catechesis has been adapted and transformed. Today, we have unprecedented means of communicating with billions of people across the world at the touch of a button. Discover what proclamation and catechesis should look like in the digital era in this extract from the Directory for Catechesis.
A computer geek who dedicated his life to Jesus, Blessed Carlo Acutis died in 2006 at the age of 15, but has already been beatified by the Church! His life is an inspiration to anyone wanting to embrace the digital age for evangelisation and catechesis.
Pope Francis' prayer intention for July is that families may be accompanied with love, respect and guidance.
Catholic tradition speaks about “the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.” The Eucharist is more than a community meeting, more than a Liturgy of the Word, more than a communion service. It is also a sacrifice. But does this mean that Jesus' sacrifice on the cross was insufficient?
Some of the greatest saints used their creativity to bring the beauty of God to others: St Francis de Sales was a writer, St Cecilia was a musician, and St Maximilian began the publication of Militia Immaculatae. In this blog, discover how we can witness the beauty of God and how He instils in us a longing to bring His beauty to those around us using our creativity.
What do you need to do when attending the Extraordinary Form of the Mass? This video sheds some insight. With Dr Joseph Shaw, Chairman of the Latin Mass Society.