I love St. Peter. Not only is he my namesake, but I find him to be inspiringly relatable.
“Do you not know that you are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?” (1 Cor 3:16)
I’ve been to confession, and I know that God has forgiven my sins. But I still feel badly about them. What should I do?
Most Reverend Timothy P. Broglio of the Archdiocese for the Militar...
On June 16, the Catholic Church observes the World Day of Prayer for the Sanctification of Priests.
How does a firm foundation apply to our faith lives?
In an interview, Rajesh Mohur shared the story of his spiritual journey and how he came to know Acutis, the computer-coding teen who was the first millennial beatified in the Catholic Church and a patron of the upcoming World Youth Day.
I hope that, as I share with you each step of Holy Week, you see that these services are nothing short of an invitation into the heart of our Christian faith.
“It is finished,” is the sixth word of our Lord from the cross. This phrase is used three times in Scripture: at the beginning of human history, at the end of time, and in the middle.
Starting on Ash Wednesday, Gulf Coast Catholic will publish a seve...
The fifth word of our Lord from the cross is the shortest of the seven: “I thirst.”
The fourth word of Christ from the cross is: “My God! My God! Why have you forsaken me?”
Christ’s first word from the cross went out to enemies; his second word to sinners; and his third word to saints.
The second word of our Lord teaches us about what our attitude toward pain and suffering should be.
To honor His sacrifice, we make one of our own every Friday during Lent
Bonnie Hearn is growing closer to the Lord through Eucharistic Adoration.
During Lent, we turn our focus to the greatest sermon of all time, the one which Jesus gave from the pulpit of the cross.
Lent is a time of conversion – a time to return to the Lord in whatever ways you have turned against him: in your attitudes, your conversations, your plans and goals, even in your hopes and dreams.
I can’t speak for everyone, but personally, I find that sharing the faith is not always easy.
On the very first Christmas, God the Father gave the very first Christmas gift – his very Son.
During the Advent and Christmas seasons, take time to reflect and make some choices about how to spend your time.
First of all, don’t worry about what words to use when you begin to pray for someone who has been away from the Lord.
Stopping to gaze at and perhaps pray before a Nativity scene is one of the best ways to remember the real meaning of Christmas, Pope Francis said.
Chuck Gaidica has been in the TV business for more than 40 years, telling the stories of Detroiters.