Today is one of my favorite feast days of Advent: Our Lady of Guadalupe. As a homeschooling family, our home school was named after Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Happy Second Week of Advent! Advent is one of my favorite times of year.
Hello, How is your Advent going?
Being a priest isn’t just a job. It’s an entirely new life for a man.
If you pray the Liturgy of the Hours, especially Morning Prayer, you’re probably very familiar with the Canticle of Zechariah.
I hate not being able to talk. Even though I consider myself an introvert, once you get me talking about something I love, I never stop. Just ask anyone who knows me.
The thought of sacrificing one’s own child is unimaginable. At the time that Abraham was asked to do this, I can imagine that child sacrifices were probably commonplace
There are many women out there who can probably relate to Sarah, who desperately wanted a child of her own.
According to Bishop Robert Barron from Word on Fire, a priest in the Old Testament was someone who performed a sacrifice, united divinity and humanity, and brought God and humans together. Before
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Hello Everyone! This month we heard many stories of brave men and women just like you and me,
I love being Catholic, I really do. I love family traditions, and I thrive on routines, and both of these are cental to the Church.
I hope you have been blessed by our "Saints Among Us" devotions and have had the opportunity grow closer to Christ and his call you to become saints.
St. Dominic is the creator of the Dominican order, officially recognized by the Church in 1216.
I love a good story don't you? Especially when it has something to offer in teaching or reminding me to look deeper at the simple.
I find it incredible that a short, ragged, barefoot man who lived 800 years ago still influences people to this day.
Blessed John Soreth was born in 1394 in Normandy and ordained a priest in 1417. It was in Normandy that he entered the Carmelite house.
So True! Have a beautiful Sunday:)
We've seen dozens of faces in poverty over the years brought about by war, famine as a result of drought, dictatorship which cuts off the opportunties of education.
Fr. Jacques Hamel is a modern martyr of our church