The Church recently celebrated Natural Family Planning (NFP) week. The lessons, reflections, and prayers can serve married couples and change the culture. It’s not just a “Catholic
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Fortnight for Freedom reminds Catholics to engage the culture and to embrace “Freedom for Mission” in 2017. The
For a moment, imagine the Blessed Virgin Mary tidying her home and preparing meals. Or picture her tenderly bathing the Son of God, gently placing
The vocation of love unites pro-life people to build a “civilization of truth and love.” Saint John Paul II urged the world to the ‘Gospel
“The hardness of God is kinder than the softness of men, and His compulsion is our liberation.”—C. S. Lewis, Surprised By Joy “Creatures came into existence
[In the Church, June is the month devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. July is a month devoted to the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord.
“Get thee to a nunnery; why wouldst thou be a breeder of sinners?” The line from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act III, Scene 1, is spoken
The Church offers the joy and consolation of spiritual family life. Its members are partakers in the divine life, sharing in God’s own life. Saint
The joy of Easter should remain with us beyond the Easter Triduum. In the Jubilee Year of Mercy, the Catholic pilgrim’s words should be full
The great women saints in the Catholic faith are a source of inspiration for daily living. Their legacy and love of Jesus Christ provide a
The traditional feminist discourse of the 1970s engaged the culture in the debate on women’s liberation during the Post Conciliar decade that followed Vatican II.
MythBusters, an entertaining Discovery Channel series that puts science and popular myths to the test, is a family favorite at our house. In one episode, host