Meg Matenaer connects the gift of life to the Eucharist and God's boundless love for us.
A mom's reflection on the Holy Father's recent interview on how to live more joyfully.
A real-life story of a thief, a seminarian, and the power of prayer.
A great guide for keeping a home clean and happy that'll inspire even the most reluctant cleaner.
Some gems from canon law for encouragement to stand your ground at home.
St. Josephine Bakhita and Blessed Mother Teresa are great friends to call on when the heat and a bad attitude are getting us down.
A review of the new Ignatius Press novel The Leaves are Falling by Lucy Beckett, a novel that offers an in-depth look at the history, ideology, religion, and geography of the two world wars.
St. Therese of Liseux on why we shouldn't envy our sisters and how God delights in our unique beauty.
These parents raised saints. We can learn from them how to help our children grow in love of God and His Will.
What to do with the gifts of the Holy Spirit from Pentecost? Mother Teresa has some ideas for us.
An in-depth look at the "new springtime" in the Church in Ireland from Eddie Cotter, Jr., founder of the Dead Theologians Society
To whom can we run when the stresses of life scare us? And Who will we find when we get there? This is the last in Meg Matenaer's series on the titles of Mary.
Meg Matenaer finds Our Lady of Good Counsel, the miracle behind the image, and the venerable pope who had a great devotion to her during his difficult pontificate.
The second in a short series on the titles of Mary. Learn about why we sometimes hear Mary referred to as the Flower of Carmel.
Ever wonder why we sometimes call Mary Star of the Sea? The answer lies with St. Jerome in the fifth century.