The bishops of the United States held a canonical consultation on the cause of beatification and canonization of the Servant of God Mother Margaret Mary Healy-Murphy.
You’re going to love these delicious treats and original crafts created by Catholic monks and nuns.
It’s that time of year again! Time to decorate the Christmas tree and grab your favorite Advent calendar.
During Advent, we undertake a spiritual journey to meet the infant Christ.
The bishops of the United States held a consultation on the beatification of Mother Margaret Mary Healy-Murphy.
During the early twentieth century, militantly secularistic regimes threatened the Catholic Church.
All Souls' Day on November 2nd is a day of prayer and remembrance for all the baptized who have died.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will gather for the 2022 Fall Plenary Assembly.
It is good to “waste time adoring” Christ present in the Holy Eucharist, Pope Francis said on Saturday.
Catholics worldwide remember St. John Paul II on his feast day, Oct. 22.
Father Don Amodeo attended the annual Convocation for Priestly Renewal October 3-6, 2022.
The intercession of St. Pio of Pietrelcina has been the source of many alleged miracles.
We were going to the Abbey of Gethsemani to spend a week of prayer with the Trappist monks.
St. Padre Pio is known for saying the Rosary was his “weapon.”
On the night before he died, Christ gathered his disciples for a meal.
Forgiveness is not optional in the life of a disciple.
When Anna and Joseph Novak married, they knew they would be faced with challenges when trying to conceive.
July 16th is the Memorial of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
This feast marks the martyrdom of Saints Peter and Paul.
June is known as the month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus most simply because the solemnity of the Sacred Heart is celebrated during it.
What we look at has the power to change us. Our eyes are like portals to our imagination.
Many had written about the need to name a day solely focused on God’s tremendous gift to us.
Mary gardens date back to medieval times, and the many flowers and herbs of Our Lady are symbolic of her virtuous life.