In the One Family of God

The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works, is the family (Lee Iacocca, American Executive, 1924-2019). There is

Read More »
divine mercy, jesus, mercy

Why Being Kind Is Important

A Message from the Pope Two years ago in 2014, Pope Francis made the following statement at his Angelus Address at St. Peter’s Square, Vatican

Read More »
Holy Rosary

The Basics on Indulgences

Indulgences! The very name stirs up emotions about Martin Luther and the initial cause of the Reformation. While the Council of Trent way back in

Read More »

Conscience and Catechism

The Catechism of the Holy Catholic Church I recently had two very enlightening conversations on the subject of conscience: one with a teenage girl at

Read More »

Our Bodies are Living Cathedrals

When someone talks about a cathedral or church, we often think about a building. Stained glass windows, candles, crucifixes and tabernacles might come to mind.

Read More »

Forget Sanity; Pray for Holiness

Christians everywhere are grieving the loss of sanity through loss of Christian values. Some predict that when things get bad enough, people will come to

Read More »