Patti Maguire Armstrong examines the slippery slope of popular culture.
Chad Justice had a good thing going: a beautiful wife and a teaching job that he loved at a Catholic school seemed to complete his life. The idea of fatherhood seemed too much. So when
Patti Maguire Armstrong learned to pray the rosary in 1989 while in my early thirties and vowed to say it daily. Find out what reminded her that praying the rosary is worth staying awake for.
A friend's criticism of Curious George creates a spiritual link for Patti Maguire Armstrong to a special saint.
Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity teaches that to be contemplative, we need to understand the simplicity of wanting to be united with Jesus and at the same time, the deepness.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares how St. Thomas Aquinas has laid out a path that leads to both happiness and to heaven.
The more we focus on the “amazing” part of fatherhood, the more amazing everyone will begin to feel -- Patti Maguire Armstrong shares why this is true and how we can support fathers.
A father struggles with the birth of his Downs Syndrome daughter, “…if she dies as a result of her surgery the pain will be over for all of us, we thought.”
David Calvillo's story of founding Real Men Pray the Rosary is riveting and the apostolate--and book--is a powerful testimony to the power of the rosary.
Bishop David Kagan speaks about Pope Francis and what the pope's teaching each of us.
While many people believe forgetting an injury is part of forgiveness, Fr. Justin Waltz of St. Leo's Church in Minot suggested just the opposite. In fact, he stated that forgetting is not even possible. Read more in
Meet Brad and Jennifer. Theirs is a story of difficulty and harrowing sacrifice. Patti Maguire Armstrong shares their journey from addiction to healing.
His Real Presence is in the tabernacle of the Visitation Chapel, on the third floor of an office located across the alley from the Red River Women’s Clinic in North Dakota.
Live life to the fullest! That includes eternity. Yet, who among us lives as if death is coming soon? Patti Maguire Armstrong takes a look at two stories that teach us how to look at
“You don’t ask too much from God, you ask too little,” the silver-haired, Dr. Margarett Schlientz scolded her audience during a talk last fall at the Thirst Conference in Bismarck, ND. She spoke with confidence, infusing her audience