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Here Comes the Judge!

“Judge not, that ye be not judged” (Matthew 7:1). We have all heard differing ideas about what judgment means. Being judgmental isRead more »

Social Justice = Socialism?

I heard a homily the other day that began with the Gospel of the woman with the hemorrhage touching Christ and being healed by her Faith.Read more »

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

 A few weeks ago we did something we’ve never done before…  we invited our priest over for lunch.  He was going to bless our houseRead more »

Giving Up (Birth) Control

In a world where we are able to control everything from the temperature of our water to our exact shade of blonde, it is no wonder thatRead more »

Meet James Fulton, the Alleged Miracle for the Beatification of Fulton Sheen

As you know, I am a Chief Editor along with Tito Edwards at Ignitum Today, the social network of the JP2 and B16 generations.  One of ourRead more »

Recovering Catholics

In the past 50 years, the Catholic Church has struggled to properly catechize and evangelize many of its own members. I have met far tooRead more »

A Tribute to a Living Saint

Have you ever had one of those people in your life who you just could not live without and who has had such a profound impact on you and onRead more »

The Story of a Stubborn Cow {And Why God Seeks to Win Our Hearts}

My parents were taking a trip out of town and needed someone to care for their animals for the 3 days they would be away. When my momRead more »

How to Bind Your Family to Heaven Without Using Duct Tape

You think I’m kidding? Sometimes as a parent you look back with regret at a childhood gone by because you finally understandRead more »

Purgatory – The Church Suffering

Being military, my family moves often. This comes with its advantages: we have seen different parts of the country; we have friendsRead more »

The Frontline

I am Catholic. While I find the “I am Mormon” campaign a little quirky, I also get it. The billboards, the t-shirts, the commercials areRead more »

From Agnostic Theist to Seminarian: Part 2

Catholic Sistas welcomes the second installment of seminarian Craig DeYoung’s beautiful conversion story. You can read the first partRead more »

The Glorious Mysteries—Everyday Style

I wrote previously about how praying the Rosary and applying the mysteries to my day to day life is what makes it meaningful to me. IRead more »

Lifting the Veil…

.   …onto my head I have been contemplating wearing a chapel veil to Mass for a while now. At 54, I am just old enough toRead more »

Splendid Sundays : The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ  You can find today’s readings here. 1st Reading: Exodus 24:3-8 Psalm: PsalmRead more »