Novelist Katherine Valentine introduces her newly-published autobiography, “Why I Believe in Miracles,” which she wrote after experiencing a miraculous healing.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Lent. Jesus’ physical body makes his invisible divinity present.
Guest author Lisa Duffy reviews “The Three Things Divorced Catholics Need To Know,” a new book by CatholicMom.com contributor Mary Lou Rosien.
A routine blood draw during Lent leads Jay Cuasay to muse about Reconciliation and healing as part of Christ’s Passion.
Our wounds need not dismay or destroy us. In fact, they are the privileged portals through which grace, healing, and glory enter our lives, Judy Klein notes in this excerpt from her new book, “Mary’s Way: The Power of Entrusting Your Child to God.”
“You are not alone, nor are you to blame for your spouse’s pornography use.” Patti Maguire Armstrong outlines the US Bishops’ resources on porn addiction.
Nancy Ward recalls a holy moment when God’s mercy flowed through her to her sister, surprising both of them.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio refutes the Founding Fathers’ claims against miracles, explaining that God works miracles, and defies seemingly “natural” laws, to restore nature, to rescue his creation from the degradation and misery that sin has let loose in the world.