Vocation Awareness Week with Fr. Michael Greco

Thoughts from Fr. Greco on priesthood: The best part is every day being able to share the Gospel, the good news of what God is doing in Christ, with so many people.  This happens in various ways: in preaching, in counseling, in the confessional, in conversations, at the sickbed, through the liturgical words and actions, and in many other ways.

Vocation Awareness Week with Fr. Joseph Keating

Thoughts from Fr. Keating on priesthood: There are two main things you should do when considering whether God is calling you to be a priest:  1. Pray every day, especially about your vocation, and 2. Get a spiritual director, who will help you to discern what you are receiving in prayer.

Vocation Awareness Week with Fr. Ronaldo Mercado

Thoughts from Fr. Mercado on priesthood: Prayer is the strength and grace of the priest-pastor to the challenging, rough life of the parish. Only by union with God in prayer can a priest truly be Christ to others.

Vocation Awareness Week with Fr. Khoi Tran

Thoughts from Fr. Tran on priesthood: For those who are discerning the priesthood, don't be afraid. None of us are perfect and worthy, but that's why this vocation is from God for He's the one who empowers those He called

What caused the Reformation? A Catholic explanation

Washington D.C. (CNA/EWTN News) — One fated Halloween, 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg Castle in a dramatic act of defiance against the Catholic Church. Or, he may have just hung it on the doorknob. Or mailed out copies.