Archbishop Chaput Cautions Faithful Regarding Fr. James Martin’s Claims

Written on September 21, 2019 by Peter Herbeck

Dear Readers, We want to encourage you to visit to read a statement issued by Archbishop Charles Chaput, OFM Cap, yesterday regarding some of the claims of Fr. James Martin, SJ. We believe Chaput is the first major archbishop in the US to publicly address these concerns regarding Fr. James Martin. His statement is a […]

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Our Manifesto: A Look Forward

Written on September 14, 2019 by Ralph Martin

This article originally appeared in Renewal Ministries’ September 2019 newsletter. In our July newsletter, we published Cardinal Mueller’s “Manifesto,” which so clearly reaffirmed important truths of our faith that have been surrounded with fog and confusion, even in Rome. As I meditated on his thoughts, I felt inspired to write a Manifesto for Renewal Ministries […]

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A Father Who Waits

Written on August 22, 2019 by Debbie Herbeck

This article originally appeared on the Be Love Revolution blog. I’ve noticed in my own life how easy it is to relate to God as Someone who wants something from me—like an employer, a landlord, or a coach—and my “job” is to earn the right to be loved and accepted by obeying, serving, and loving […]

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Bishop Witnesses Conversion in Ethiopia

Written on August 18, 2019 by Renewal Ministries Staff

This article originally appeared in Renewal Ministries’ August 2019 newsletter. By Heather Schultz, Renewal Ministries’ Editor Bishop Lesanu-Christos Matheos, of the Eparchy of Bahir Dar-Dessir in Ethiopia, recently visited the Renewal Ministries’ offices. He was in the United States to attend the ordination of an Ethiopian priest in Chicago and to visit Ethiopian priests and […]

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Walking with God’s Word

Written on August 12, 2019 by Renewal Ministries Staff

This article originally appeared online on the Archdiocese of Omaha’s “Catholic Voice Online.” By Connie Rossini, for Catholic Voice Online Peter Herbeck heard the call to serve God full-time when he was in college. At first he thought this likely meant a vocation to the priesthood. After some discernment, however, he discovered that was not […]

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