BISHOP JAMES T. SCHUERMAN St. Benedict, whose memorial we celebrate July 11, was born in the year 480 in the Umbrian town of Nursia or Norcia. As a young man, he went to Rome to be educated. Appalled by the moral corruption he encountered in the life of the city, he decided to seek a […]
The Sunday after Pentecost is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity — it is a celebration of the great mystery of God in our lives.
Bishop Schuerman discusses some of the keys to Lent in this week’s Herald of Hope.
In his column, Bishop Schuerman sites reasons why every now and then, we should stop what we are doing and take a little time to reflect upon the things for which we are truly grateful.
One of my earliest memories is that of my mother taking my right hand and guiding it as I attempted to make the sign of the cross.
Jesus used the image of the agricultural cycle to describe the mysterious unfolding of the kingdom of God.
Two great Apostles, SS. Peter and Paul, are a source of inspiration as we strive to live our Christian lives.
The gifts of the Holy Spirit guide each individual to walk in the ways of God.
What makes a classic a classic is its ability to communicate truth and meaning across a wide expanse of time.
May the Easter mysteries transform our hearts and fill us with joy and peace.