Religious freedom means being able to worship as we choose. It’s also the liberty to preach, teach, and practice our faith openly and without fear. But it involves even more than that. Religious freedom includes the right of religious believers, leaders, and communities to take part vigorously in a nation’s public life.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput's address at World Youth Day discusses what religious freedom really is and where one can get reliable information about the Catholic faith:
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Wednesday, August 03, 2011
Molly's cooking skills were featured in this article at Heavy Table. A.J. gets mentioned as well:
A.J. may even turn out to be a tastemaker like his mother. “He’s got this recipe he made up and wants to try: corn, barbecue sauce, and cucumber,” Herrmann says. “I said sure, and we’ve got all the ingredients. He eventually forgot about it, but when he remembers and wants to make it, I’m ready for him. If we’re asking kids to be adventurous, we should be, too.”