As we approach Holy Week, Erin McCole Cupp looks to the English martyrs and the fruit of their suffering.
Erin McCole Cupp shares her family’s plan to take the Family Rosary on the road — and to the skies — on a pilgrimage to Tyburn, Walsingham, Lourdes, and Knock.
Patti Maguire Armstrong notes that one soul, even if they live in a palace, is not more valuable than another soul, even if they live in a slum.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the works of William Shakespeare and examines the idea that whatever his personal religious commitments, the great poet, throughout his work, was indeed mourning the fading of an integrated Catholic milieu.
Sister Margaret Kerry, fsp, reviews a novel set in sixteenth-century England. Who can you trust? Sister Joanna Strafford is as determined as Indiana Jones seeking the Holy Grail. Her spirituality endures though trials as she sets out to save her father and the monastery she loves.