May has traditionally been considered the month of Mary. We also celebrate Mother’s Day.
Forgiveness is one of the biggest things that is missing in the world today.
The sacrament of marriage brings with it a calling and a vocation to share the Gospel in a special way.
A new year is a time for renewal. We make our resolutions, which often start great, but begin to wane.
St. Joseph has always been one of my favorite saints, for many reasons.
I must admit that Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Yes, I am aware that it is a secular, not a sacred, holiday, and I think that’s part of what I like about it.
God wants to use the family to transform the world.
Each year, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops designates the third Sunday of September as Catechetical Sunday, which presents an opportunity for us to celebrate all that is “catechetical” within the Church.
As summer draws to a close each year, our society enters back-to-school mode.
In my previous article, we talked about changes brought on by the pandemic and how our relationships with God changed or grew in response.
One of the most defining moments in the history of Israel is also one of the most traumatic: the Babylonian Exile.