May 2018 Articles Archive
Masako Wada, among the last witnesses of the 1945 atomic bomb, works to abolish nuclear weapons
A high-tech device will soon be available to serve as an artificial kidney
The pope encouraged more than 300 participants at the Vatican as preparations get underway for October
When invited to dinner, is stating your dietary preferences a help or burden to your host?
How do young adults today face the challenges of life? What do they expect; what are their aspirations? Each young person is different. Living City asked five of them to share their thoughts
A peer review complete with kindness and understanding
Children at St. Mary Star of the Sea Parish in Freeport, Texas are learning about the Cube of Love. Here are some of their experiences of trying to “Love your enemy.”
The courage of young people helps us not resign to the way things are
“Why should my boyfriend and I get married if we love one another and are committed to one another anyway?” — S. L.
A reflection based on Focolare founder Chiara Lubich’s understanding of Mary