Brian K. Kravec Archive
Eucharistic Adoration, Praise and Worship featuring the music of Tori Harris – uniting the Central Valley in prayer for an increase of the Sanctity of Life from conception to natural death.
Unforgiveness - refusing to forgive or ask forgiveness - is a very slow and deadly poison. The only antidote is forgiveness - given and received - through Christ-like, crucified love.
Each of us has been given spiritual gifts and natural talents and we only have one brief life to make the best of what God has given us. Don’t bury your talent.
If you live near Merced, California, be sure to check out this opportunity to see the film MARY OF NAZARETH.
Msgr. Patrick McCormick and Roy Guzman cordially invite you to enter in His presence for an hour of Eucharistic Adoration featuring the music of Catholic singer, songwriter and recording artist, WiL Frey. This Holy Hour will
"All things considered, even though I awoke from my dream before the white bus arrived, I’m confident that John boarded with a ticket to Paradise." - Brian K. Kravec
Christmas is a time to generously share the gift of our faith. Books and CD’s are terrific and affordable stocking stuffers.
A Touring Artist Reflects on Motherhood: By Tajci Cameron with Brian K. Kravec
Brian K. Kravec and Lisa Hendey profile the experience of Olivia Guerrero, the fortunate winner of a recent pilgrimage to Medjugorje.
Mark your October calendars in New Jersey and Northern California to attend The Living Rosary Concert for Life featuring the music and testimony of award winning Catholic recording artists Donna Lee and Gretchen Harris.
WiL Frey is a man after the very of Heart of God. The extraordinary fruit of his prayerful pursuit – this mysterious, mystical exchange between the love of Christ and the love of man in Adoration of
“If Medjugorje – and Our Lady – could change my heart, it can change others.” – Christina Georgotas Christina Georgotas, a gifted filmmaker and producer, had traveled no further than her mom’s laptop when she first personally
You are the light of the world. A city set on a mountain cannot be hidden. Nor do they light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lampstand, where
No matter how “religious” one may be, there always comes a point when life’s sorrows reach into the depths of the heart and give it a good twist—and you find yourself suddenly crying out, wondering if God
I’m baaaaaaack. Alright, considering the treasure of nearly one hundred fifty contributors for CatholicMom.com, perhaps you didn’t even notice that I’ve been away since my last posting in January, Rosario Rodriguez – A Witness of the Greater