Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today’s Gospel.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Are our desires and achievements stepping stones on the road to God or disastrous detours?
Last fall, we were blessed to go to the World Meeting of Families. Of all the inspiring talks, one in…
Pope Francis has released a video message to young pilgrims as last-minute preparations are made for World Youth Day.
A look at what mercy isn’t from Deanna Bartalini that reminds us that while while we need to share God’s mercy with others, there still needs to be effort made on others’ part to desire his mercy.
Kimberly Cook wonders how to teach her sons and daughters about true femininity. She finds answers in the writing of St. John Paul II.
Here’s your chance to do a little summer binge-watching of this program and catch up on episodes you may have missed while you wait for Season 6 of The Gist to premiere in the fall.
Theresa Ceniccola realizes that she’s so tempted to do things FOR her children rather than spend time WITH them. It’s the whole Mary and Martha thing – she still can’t seem to get it right!
Rosario Carello’s new book, Pope Francis Takes the Bus, centers on the Pope’s humility as his distinguishing trait. Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews the book and explains how children and adults alike can benefit from the stories inside.
World Youth Day 2016 is beginning in less than a week in Krakow, Poland, and Devin Rose of Devoted Coders is working to get thousands of Catholics around the world praying a novena to Pope St. John Paul II for World Youth Day and the pilgrims.