by: Maurisa MayerleRight now the Church needs our prayers more than ever. This crisis has all the hallmarks of a satanic attack on MotherRead more »
Amoris Laetitia continues to be featured in a variety of writings, posts, books, and conversations in the wider Catholic world.Read more »
On December 8, 2015, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the Church will commence the jubilee year of Mercy. The order of theRead more »
I like Life is Good T-shirts. A little expensive, but so charmingly simple and cheerfully fashionable; I find their designs irresistibleRead more »
The internet is ripe with criticism of Pope Francis’s public speaking topics.
“I wish he’d talk more about abortion.”
“What aboutRead more »
What is a Pilgrimage?
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A pilgrimage is a spiritual journey to a destination of religious significance. It is not aRead more »
Reading Laudato Si was like falling in love. For my husband and me, it brought back memories of the exciting early mornings of twelve yearsRead more »
Our eldest and youngest, both with cystic fibrosis.
Pope Francis’ recent words about mothers are so precious to me, even as I’m driven toRead more »
“Jesus Christ didn’t save us with an idea, with an intellectual program, no.
He saved us with his flesh, with the concreteness of theRead more »
On the heels of the Synod of Bishops comes Humanum, a colloquium scheduled to start on November 17 and end on the 19th.
What isRead more »
This Sunday, on Divine Mercy Sunday, our beloved Pope John Paul II will be canonized as a saint. I doubt there was a single person whoRead more »
After Mass the words of Pope Francis lingered in my mind…
“I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has beenRead more »
The criticism coming from the self-identified “loyal opposition” Catholics in the media who feel obliged to fraternally correctRead more »
The most important thing we can do as Catholics is pray. I’m sure we have all seen examples of the amazing power of prayer in our lives orRead more »
Recently, we were blessed and humbled to receive correspondence from a mother who is rightly and deeply touched by her young sonRead more »
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