Jo Siedlecka, from our Passionist partners Independent Catholic News, explains how the popular news site came to be, and where it could be going next.
This Dementia Action Week, please do what you can to reach out to those in your community who may be affected by a dementia-type illness.
John served the crucified of today, and was a true example of servant leadership. Like Saint Paul, John saw the name of Jesus written on the forehead of the poor.
Our beloved brother and friend Fr. John Kearns died on April 14th 2021, in the company of his loved ones.
In the face of life's evil and suffering, it is only possible to believe in a loving God, if that God is ‘on the scaffold’ too, alongside us.
From the outside, criminal justice stories divide the world into 'good' and 'bad'. But inside, we must constantly consider the mystery of the whole person.
Humanity is waiting for those who will find their lives - and find God - by leaving institutions behind and joining the powerless.
Standing at the foot of the cross may seem fruitless, but it is important, and significant. To speak this way is to speak of a deep unity, a deep communion, with others.
Alex Holmes, from our Partners at Catholic Worker Calais, shares snapshots of Calais refugee life.
Why is the canonisation of Ignatius Spencer important? His life, and dedication to the poor, are an outstanding example to all of us.
Who could be blamed for struggling with anxiety in the current moment? But clutching at control doesn't allow much space for God.
People will very often fall back into coping mechanisms once crisis intervention support has been taken away. We must provide everyday love and support to those people whose lives are in turmoil, and remind them of the God who loves them.
In this interview from 2015, Fr Martin Newell and Fr John Kearns discuss how they set up Austin Smith House in Sparkhill, Birmingham
Being classified as vulnerable affected how I thought about myself. For the first time in my life I felt useless, unnecessary.