Especially with young children, hands-on charitable work can be daunting, but not impossible.
Visiting the imprisoned might seem, at first glance, a work of mercy that’s out of reach for most families.
How can the average family take steps to harbor the homeless and provide a place for the vulnerable?
I hope these ideas can be a gentle nudge to step out as the domestic Church and seek those in need.
As Christ's faithful followers, we are charged with accompanying those who have died.
Sharing food is more than just meeting someone’s immediate, material needs.
Jesus’ powerful words in the Gospel of Matthew form the basis for the traditional list of the works of mercy.