Back in the early 1900s The St. Anthony of Padua chapel railroad car traversed North America bringing the Sacraments to folks in areas of the
Watching Bishop Robert Barron’s new series Catholicism: The Pivotal Players which focuses on the Saints can be an antidote to the poison that is sometimes in
My husband and I celebrated ten years of marriage in May. This decade has brought with it many things including three children and my conversion
It is very rare in the New Testament that we are given words directly spoken by God the Father so when this happens it should
Jesuit philosopher Fr. James V. Schall has been described as “America’s Chesterton,” according to the cover blurb from theologian Tracey Rowland. Like G. K.
The Easter Bounty- Chocolates When we walk down any candy aisle in a grocery store, we are guaranteed to see many beautifully wrapped and enticing
Reviling someone, whether it is mocking, taunting, or ridiculing, is almost always a sinful act, yet one which many tend to easily forget or overlook
One of my all-time favorite movies is Chariots of Fire. It’s a fact-based historical drama that just happens to deliver a very Christian message. The