Blessed Carlo Acutis is the patron saint of the National Eucharistic Revival and one of its intercessors.
The National Eucharistic Revival is about strengthening the heart of the Church and strengthening the Church in her identity.
Although the story of Esther is full of numerous twists and turns, the spiritual points are clear.
So much happens in the Bible that it’s impossible to summarize it all so simply, but here is a brief overview of the major points of salvation history that all Christians should be familiar with.
Though our numbers are great, many tend to be poorly catechized (ed...
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The pope highlighted how the simple gesture that Catholics are taught as children is a sign of the central mystery of Christian faith.
June is devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and his immense love for us all.
We can so easily believe that we are defined by our failures.
The best qualities within us are virtues, cultivated by our loved ones, our experiences and our faith.
This year we celebrate the Feast of the Ascension on May 21.
Consecration means “to make holy” and to be set apart for God, that is a total surrender to the Will of God.
The Catholic faith is rich with tradition and history, all of which culminates in a glorious Mass known as the Easter Vigil.
If we can speak and talk to so many people so easily, why is it hard at times to hear God’s voice?
Most of us know that by Baptism we are sons and daughters of God the Father, but do we know it in the core of our being?
A yearly visit to Lourdes, is a source of beauty and spiritual growth for Ann DiBari.
Everyone in the Tampa Bay area will have an opportunity to learn about these three miracles and many more at the Exhibit of the Eucharistic Miracles of the World at Christ the King Catholic Church in Tampa.
The universal Catholic Church will celebrate World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life on February 2, 2023 and in parishes throughout the United States over the weekend of February 4-5.
Since 1974, National Catholic Schools weeks has been celebrated from the last Sunday in January through the following Saturday to highlight the value of Catholic schools.
"We believe in supporting the Catholic Ministry Appeal because it allows us to give back to those most in need throughout the Diocese.”
The pope said that baptism is like a rebirth in Christ and therefore should be celebrated “like a birthday.”
Christmas is all about giving, giving not only material things, but giving our love and letting people know that we care and cherish them.
Many people who have been away from Church, participate in the celebration of Mass at Christmas and parishes welcome them, preparing for their arrival with additional Mass times.