It takes a family to build the “kingdom of Christ,” and Regnum Christi is calling the faithful to do just that.
Now Chris, Angie and their sons — CJ, Jonathan and Job — are shinin...
"If you are struggling with the social side of school, building your own particular strengths and skills and reach out to other strugglers."
While preparing to head back to school, it is essential for students to remember the importance of having a life centered on God.
“He is not asking us to question it or to scientifically prove it. He is simply asking us to believe him and what he says."
Finding real food in the Eucharist.
It’s typically parents who take on the role of meal and snack plann...
Legatus provides a sense of camaraderie, friendship and a nourishment of faith among its members.
Predatory lenders can be a big problem even in a strong economy.
She says: It’s not like we have a ton of other friends.
I love all breakfast foods and quiche is among my favorite.
The season of Lent is the perfect time to check our balance and our priorities as Catholic families.
As Christians, we can ask ourselves a deeper question that bests even the best “pros and cons” list.
How did you first hear about CrMS FertilityCare? Kate: Chad and I ...
SCCC is informed by sacred Scriptures, Traditions and social teachings of the Catholic Church, and it serves as the public policy voice of the faithful.
Exodus 90 takes men on a trek away from their old selves, because they realize that their faith demands it.
One of the many sobering statistics about pornography use is that it plays a role in half of all divorces.
As another year begins, it means the start of something new and the chance to make a change.
Bringing a toddler to Mass definitely leads me deeper into prayer — but not the contemplative kind.
Thanks to a recent promotion, I’m now manager of our department. How do I navigate going from peer to supervisor?
In my work as a professional organizer, I have had clients fall prey to the “get organized” sales pitch.
The most important thing we can do for our children is to foster their discipleship.
Mental health from a Catholic perspective reminds us that God has made us in his image and likeness.