As the Christmas Holidays came to a close and the New Year begins, Jay Cuasay reflects on this transition in light of the Baptism of Jesus and the Feast of the Innocents.
Are you one of the Catholic women this year who had that “unChristmas” feeling? Did you believe you missed the mark for the Advent Season? Do you remember that God is still a God of LOVE and the Church gives us so many opportunities to celebrate our faith and to evangelize? Join Mary Wallace as she discusses her UnChristmas feeling, and how she plans to change her vice into virtue, in order to grow closer to Our Lord.
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
Like Mary and Joseph, let’s be ecstatic over Jesus’ birth. We can look to Mary’s example and lean into her to do this.
In the center of my Advent wreath is a tall white pillar. It’s the Christ Candle, and it makes my
In a season of celebrating Christ’s many names, what does it mean to imagine what possibilities a baby’s name might hold?
As wonderful a time of year as the Christmas season is, it can also be burdensome. What’s a mom to do when she’s feeling overwhelmed and worn down?
It’s easy to lose the Fourth Week of Advent, but we have to remember that we’re still in the season of Advent. Today we light the Love Candle.
Following the example of a once obscure young virgin changed my Grinch’s heart into Grace-filled heart. My Christmas was saved, just like the Who’s in Whoville!
Hello again, everyone! It’s been a few months since my last post. My first semester of sophomore year of college