Early church martyr St. Apollonius makes a defense of Christianity in the face of certain death and becomes for a us a powerful intercessor when the lure of this world feels overwhelming.
Sometimes as parents we forget that we're children, too. We can learn from our faith how we can become the children we know will make our Father in Heaven happy.
Meg Matenaer wagers that a Lent far more difficult than planned means that a far more wonderful Easter will follow.
Mushrooms and pesto are the secret ingredients in these meatless lasagna roll-ups. They're quick to assemble and fancy enough for company!
Has God added some things of His own to your Lenten plan? If so, you're in good company with Blessed Mother Teresa.
Meg Matenaer on getting rid of the paper with her confession on it, because Jesus doesn't hang on to our sins, either.
Meg Matenaer battles an ancient genetic disposition toward anger with help from St. Louis de Montfort.
Ignatius Press's new release Witnesses to Mystery offers an up-close look at the Church's most precious relics.
Do you have a temper? Here's a look at a saint who had a dose of Celtic crazy and overcame it.
Meg Matenaer feels the call to get in shape after watching the winter Olympics. But is it even possible?
Our Lady of Lourdes calls us to pray for all of her children, even those in the combox.
How Wisconsin does mac-n-cheese!
St. Josephine Bakhita came from the depths of slavery and emerged as a shining example of gentle, joyful service to neighbor and unwavering faith in God's great love for us all.
A terminal illness in her newborn son opens wide a mom's heart to the truth of God's love for us and the inestimable value of every human being.
Pope Francis calls us to give the best of ourselves for the sake of our country and its leaders.