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
Too often, Catholics cringe and duck out when priests are attacked. Patti Maguire Armstrong shares statistics and strategies for defending priests in your conversations.
Good versus good hardly seems like a movie plot, but in Grace Unplugged Divine good versus worldly goods is pitted against one another.
“I’m sorry, but it’s terminal,” your doctor says. “You have very little time left—a couple months at best.” What would you do? Take all of your money and go on a dream vacation? Buy the boat you
Prayer is a lethal weapon. But in the hands of the enemy with sacrilegious intentions, it is useless. Although the abortion workers continually say that prayer vigils outside of abortion clinics are ineffective, they are attempting to
Catholic education is more than just schooling. Patti Maguire Armstrong takes an in-depth look at it and shares a few interviews and many numbers.
Sex gets attention, but sex isn't all that Theology of the Body had to say. Emily Stimpson's new book, These Beautiful Bones, is an exploration of TOB applied to everyday life.
Patti Marguire Armstrong reviews the new family television program "When Calls the Heart", calling it a one-size-fits-all program complete with drama, adventure, history, and romance.
The Internet has it all: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Like everything in life, it’s a battleground of good and evil, best navigated by staying near to God.
I want to walk with Jesus. I would also love to walk where he walked; to breath in the air of the Gospels and step into the sand that once dusted the straps of our Savior’s sandals.
Anyone who is holding a grudge and not forgiving someone is a fool. But anyone who pays attention to Our Lord’s words would realize, there’s more in it for us than for the other person when we
Robin Hood is a legendary folk hero who stole from the rich and gave to the poor. He is said to have revolted under a corrupt king (scholars do not agree on which king) by stealing from
“I should have been a better mother,“ St. Monica said to Bishop Ambrose about her son Augustine. “If Augustine had been an easier child, God would not have given him a mother like you,” he responded. –Dialogue
Patti Maguire Armstrong looks at the worst...and the best...ideas in the world. It's quite a list...what would you add?