Who doesn’t love cooking inspiration? We welcome back Celeste from DoodleLa to share this delicious meal with everyone!
How aboutRead more »
::We are excited to feature Celeste from Doodle La again!
This time she will be showing us how to put together a wonderful St. Rita ofRead more »
Real Life Radio, a Catholic Apostolate of the Diocese of Lexington, Kentucky, sponsors an annual “Real Life to Me” essay. We at CatholicRead more »
I said in Part 1 of this article that at the root of same-sex attraction (SSA) is the same desire that’s at the bottom ofRead more »
The first rule of debate is to be sure you correctly understand the position of your interlocutor.
Any Catholic who has engaged inRead more »
My kids attend public school right now, and so they get less faith formation than I’d hope for. But I still try to integrate ourRead more »
Every person’s faith comes from another.
Growing up, my parents took me and my siblingsRead more »
NOTE: This story was written while the author was still in the midst of her journey to Catholicism. She had not yet embraced the CatholicRead more »
My name is Carey. I have been married for eleven years. I have four children, two boys and two girls, ages ten, eight, five and one. IRead more »
The Church’s umpteenth Lent–and my twelfth one–is drawing to a close. The Triduum, followed by the blessedly long seasonRead more »
A few years ago I met Ian Rutherford at the Catholic New Media Conference in San Antonio. I shared a bit about what I did professionallyRead more »
[This is part 3 of The Deacon’s Wife. Don’t forget to check out part one and part two.]
He called a child over, placed it inRead more »
The Beatles were right, all we need is love. As the father of nine children, one of my biggest concerns is ensuring that my childrenRead more »
People sometimes get exhausted just looking at my family (it happens when you have five really little kids), and I often get a sympatheticRead more »
Catholic Sistas welcomes back seminarian Craig DeYoung as he writes about Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation.
At St. Mary’s Seminary,Read more »
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