Br Ian Cribb SJ explains the practice of ‘spiritual conversations’, which were an essential component of the Fifth Plenary Council’s Assembly held in early October.
Although living with constant pain, Eileen O'Connor inspired others by her calm and joyful faith in God.
Good and loving relationships strengthen our communities.
A young couple overcome obstacles to build a future together – a creative imagining of the love story of Joseph and Mary.
The gift of love and close relationships needs to be shared widely, especially with those who are isolated and marginalised.
The paradox of St Valentine of Rome is though there is doubt about his identity, there is no doubt about his message of Christian love.
Friendships may wax and wane, but the essential nature remains the same – connecting with others who share your joys and sorrows.
Good relationships are vitally important for those called to religious life.
Each month, the Pope puts forward a prayer intention and asks Catholics around the world to join him in prayer.
The Holy Family set an example for all in managing the mundane and amazing of family life.
Wedding traditions from around the world.
The Gospel shows us two ways of living – one narrow and destructive, the other open and constructive. Good relationships follow the second path.