Too often we wait till the last minute to prepare both spiritually and materially for the Advent season.
Though a great majority of Americans state they believe in angels, many of us may not realize that Scripture and the Church have always taught belief in angels.
Some people begin their journey to the Catholic Church when they feel a tugging at their heart or the call of "the still small voice within." That is the perfect time to reach o
Happy Easter! We wish each other this joyful greeting on Easter Sunday -- and yet, for Catholics, Easter is so much more than a single celebration.
It is the heart of who we are as Catholics: the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
The Hail Mary is one of the most world’s most beloved prayers. Its scriptural origins offer hope for the lonely, the lost, and the suffering.
There are many ways to deepen our faith during the season of Lent. Traditionally, Lent is a time to renew and refocus discipleship through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.
It all begins in Rome, where the man who will be Vicar of Christ (Christ's representative on earth) is chosen not to rule, but to serve.
The mental checklist of things to do between Thanksgiving and Christmas can be overwhelming: shopping, planning, decorating, baking, cooking, hosting, traveling, etc.
The week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, Holy Week, is the most sacred time of year for Catholic Christians.
Many Catholics avoid the Sacrament of Reconciliation simply because they don't remember how to confess their sins.
This concise, informative pamphlet gives you the information you need to not just learn about prayer, but to learn how to pray!
The Rosary's rich simplicity has provided solace and courage in rocky times for centuries.
For Catholics, devotion to Mary is part of our heritage and the life of our faith.
Concise, compact, and straightforward, What the Church Teaches: How to Form Your Catholic Conscience is the ideal workout plan for a stronger conscience.
Apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary
When the world seems to be full of reasons not to practice any type of religion, and the media portrays Christianity, particularly Catholicism, in a bad light, many people may w
It's a question every parent hears eventually. And in a busy, distracted world, it's a question many Catholics sometimes ask themselves: Why do we "have to" go to Mass?