But everyone’s doing it! Indeed, to look around at contemporary society, it does seem that living together without benefit of marriage is just another option for a young couple in love. Perhaps they’re engaged to
The tornado that tore through Mississippi on Saturday, January 14, left a trail of destruction more than fifteen miles long. Four people died, more than 20 were injured, in the EF3 tornado which packed winds between
Two Washington, D.C. police officers got in on the action at the Women's March in Washington on Saturday. They were in uniform, providing security for the March, and donned anti-Trump "Pink Pussy Hats" just like the protesters.
So we were walking around Rome… trudging, actually… for what seemed like hours. And miles. Or kilometers, I suppose, since we were in Rome. Anyway, we wandered toward Campus Martius, past gelato stands and trattorias
Reflections on Faith, Family, and the Future of America
“Seasons of Grace” is a letter from my heart. From faith to family, from technology to travel, I’ll be touching on these topics and more—to quote an old and dear friend—through the lens of Scripture and the vantage point of my Catholic Faith. I look forward to talking with you!
Elsewhere on the Web
Here you can find my articles that have appeared in the National Catholic Register, Aleteia, and other Catholic publications. And watch this space for news of future projects!
Kathy Schiffer is a correspondent and blogger for the National Catholic Register. Her freelance articles have appeared in Aleteia, Zenit, the Michigan Catholic, Legatus Magazine, and other Catholic publications. She’s worked for Catholic and Christian ministries since 1988, as radio producer, director of special events and media relations coordinator. Kathy and her husband, Deacon Jerry Schiffer, have three adult children.