The point of having a synod is to examine the ways that we are and are not walking together.
At last year's Marian Eucharistic Conference in Greenville, Bishop ...
I am not a Christian because I think I’m good at it; I’m a Christian because it’s true.
Sister Susan adopted a special ministry of prayer for those on death row, once praying for storms sufficient to knock out power and make the use of the electric chair impossible.
Grandparents, you have an instrumental job to pass on the faith to your grandkids, even if you don’t realize it.
If God gives us an invitation, he’s already provided the time to answer it.
There is a time for work and a time for rest, so let's not forget to keep (a) Sabbath day holy.
This simple doorman acquired such a reputation for prayer and healing that thousands flocked to see him.
In September, we celebrate the memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows.
Physicists and people of faith approach this study from different a...
The martyrdom of St. John the Baptist is an inspiration to proclaim the truth despite the consequences.
This month we celebrate the beheading of St. John the Baptist.
“I’m a hobo for heaven."
We must never forget that the beautiful communicates the divine.
Inspiring belief in the Real Presence requires not only a movement of the mind, but conversion of the heart.
A grandfather sharing his love for Jesus inspired a grandson to continue sharing the friendship of Christ with others.
Dr. Tom Dorsel tackles the key points of Fides et Ratio and tells us why reading through the encyclical is a worthwhile endeavor.
As we celebrate one more Independence Day, may we sing of America, “God shed his grace on thee/And crown thy good with brotherhood/From sea to shining sea.”
The tiny "wow" during a quiet, sacred moment in Mass reminds us how incredible the Eucharist truly is.
The National Eucharistic Revival is working towards evangelizing Catholics on the summit of our faith: the Real Presence in the Eucharist.
Todos sabemos que el domingo es un día especial en el que pasamos t...
The heart of Jesus beats loudly today because a young Italian boy loved our Lord so much that he wanted to share that love with the world.
During Mass, we’re reliving and participating in a miracle that has been repeated for millennia, one which encircles the globe daily.