The Nativity is the Mystery of Trust, of God’s trust in His people.
To whom can we run when the stresses of life scare us? And Who will we find when we get there? This is the last in Meg Matenaer's series on the titles of Mary.
Julie Cragon shares a guest article about her newest book "Visiting Mary: Her U.S. Shrines and Their Graces".
It's not too late to honor Mama Mary this May. Tina Santiago-Rodriguez shares five easy ways to dive in!
Meg Matenaer finds Our Lady of Good Counsel, the miracle behind the image, and the venerable pope who had a great devotion to her during his difficult pontificate.
Where does Marian devotion fit for those who have difficulty with it? Kimberly Cook shares some of the insights she's learned over the years.
Yes, Jesus gave us Mary to be our mother! But how do we cultivate a relationship with our mother Mary? What can we do to take her into our homes, like St. John did? Sarah Damm shares
The second in a short series on the titles of Mary. Learn about why we sometimes hear Mary referred to as the Flower of Carmel.
“If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.” While this might not be the fanciest May Crowning, it gets the job done and gets your child involved in the faith. And isn't that the
Updates from my ongoing, "getting to know you" with the Catholic Church.
Ever wonder why we sometimes call Mary Star of the Sea? The answer lies with St. Jerome in the fifth century.
Honoring Mary in this month of May, Allison Gingras shares her Marian internet exploration. From Franciscans of the Immaculate, to a stop on Pinterest, to a discussion on fostering vocations, Allison stretches our idea of searching
The Visitation is the Mystery of Service, the mystery of bringing Christ to those whom he loves in the world.
What do cleaning the toilet with a toddler in the room and devotion to Mary have in common? More than you might think...
Our celebration of the Annunciation and of Akathistos Saturday reminds us of Mary's humble approach to conception. Do we follow Mary's example?