One of the most common early Church titles of our Lady is “the Valiant Woman.” She is the one we run to in distress, looking
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
“Are you a Martha or a Mary?” This Martha-Mary juxtaposition from the Gospel of Luke is quite well-known. Martha is the archetype for the active life: busy
Many people perceive Christianity as something institutional — rather than as an encounter with Christ — which explains why they don’t see it as a
What does it mean to live in the womb of Mary’s Immaculate Heart? I know when I’m not there, I’m not at peace, secure, or content.
When speaking to groups of Catholics, or sharing one-on-one, I often ask, “Are you consecrated to Mary?” And the large majority of the time the
Author’s Note: This article is the fourth in a five-part series examining the beauty and medication of the Most Holy Rosary. This series is dedicated to
Today we are continuing our reflection on the Stations of the Cross (see part one here). Recalling once again that there is far too often