Patti Maguire Armstrong Archive
We are not alone. The whole world is not going crazy, just large sections of it.
The visions with messages for our time, took place from April 15 to October 13 in 1980.
Bernardo Martinez was a humble, middle-aged Nicaraguan rancher who died in 2000 as Fr. Bernardo Marinez, having
The Theology of the Body, Stimpson explains, is about our body, serving God in this world and housing our soul for the next
At a time when people are making resolutions for the New Year, it’s a good time to reflect on what is most important in our life--all of it, including eternity.
Just as Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus as the ultimate gift of love so we continue to perpetuate the love of the first Christmas through giving. Patti Maguire Armstrong shares a favorite family recipe.
Sure, let’s have those conversations, but keep in mind that if we disagree, we cannot both be right. There is only one truth. Seek it. Where there is God, there is truth.
Jesus wants us to love God and others. There is no greater love for both than to work for the salvation of souls to glorify God for all eternity. So, how does that look on a Christmas
Then Jesus called to him and asked, “ “What do you want of me?” “It is the same question Jesus asks of us every day in the Eucharist,” said Schlientz, —“What do you want of me?”
Patti Maguire Armstrong writes a letter to atheists. "If, instead of bashing every declared miracle, you took a closer look, perhaps you would see that some things cannot be explained by science."
Abstinence is scoffed at. Self-control is not an option but abortion is. Everyone knows abstinence is not easy, but some people don’t even realize it is possible.
What is the one thing that Pope Francis is rarely without? Hint: He always brings it with him and is seen wearing it in the majority of his pictures. Give up? It’s his smile. Do an Internet
I am happy to pray with my Jesus-loving Protestant friends. But sometimes it feels like being in front of a big picture window while there is a beautiful sunrise outside.
God always is more generous with us than we are with him. Standing up for him is the least we can do.
“No,” I said, “I don’t have anything.” It was the truth. I had nothing more for them anymore. I knew I could not follow my Catholic faith and still write for them.
I do not have to know everything just: who killed John F. Kennedy, why did God make mosquitos and how did the saints who were mothers handle the teenage years?