Guest contributor Leslie Lenko shares about a special 3-day Christmas store which lets students shop on campus for their loved ones.
Are you Christmas fried? Grab some coffee (or something stronger) and join this discussion as Lori candidly shares her thoughts on the stress brought on by the season of hustle and bustle otherwise known as Christmas
An encounter with Christ helps us make difficult Christmas encounters more harmonious.
When Carol Bannon's adult children spend more time recreating family Christmas Memories from childhood for their own children instead of exploiting the commercial aspects of this holiday...she and her husband know they did something right.
In her parish's beautiful Christmas scene, Deanna Bartalini is reminded of the ongoing journey from manger to Cross.
In a season of celebrating Christ’s many names, what does it mean to imagine what possibilities a baby’s name might hold?
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection on Sunday’s gospel.
In the days and hours before Christ is born in the manger of your heart, what could you possibly present on December 25?
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 has ended, and it’s hard to believe how fast it went by! I have to admit that
Enjoy this week’s Greetings from Gracieland, our fantastic webstrip from Jimmy Gownley and Ellen Toole.
Here's a bit of history about the origins of three common Christmas symbols.
Guest contributor Nancy Jo Sullivan shares words of inspiration for those who mourn the loss of a loved one this Christmas season.
Would you like to transform your Christmas celebration from 12 hours of frenzied merry making to 12 days of festive and prayerful celebration?
Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle asked more than fifty Catholic moms what was at the very top of their Christmas wish list this year. You might be surprised to find out what they really want.