One mother’s story of how understanding Church teaching and the sacraments rekindled her love for Catholicism, life and motherhood after loss
What we give and what we receive varies among the many relationships in our lives
This is part one of a four-part series on biographies of saints that best portray their lives. Writing about saints is a strangely perilous affair. It is much easier to get a saint wrong than ...
Following his baptism by his cousin, Jesus’ ministry was not smooth sailing; like us, he endured temptation
The optional celebration of Our Lady of Snows, a Roman basilica, reminds us of Mary’s powerful intercession amid the impossible
Colleen Carroll Campbell felt responsible for the injury that landed her toddler son in the emergency room, and that it was her fault that she might go into labor right there in the hospital parking ...
It seems strange — but accurate — to say the saints were a greedy bunch when it came to grace. They just wanted more, more, more — and pretty much would stop at nothing to ...
The Holy See and the Italian government concluded treaties that created an independent nation
Protagonists take the initial risk and lead others to the same risk, sharing stories of faith
The Gospels of Matthew and Luke record the Nativity of the Lord and an important event of his childhood
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