During this hopeful inspiring season of Advent and Christmas, let’s endeavor to get more in tune with our Angel companions and encourage our children and grandchildren to do the same.
Christina Weber shares her family's tradition of celebrating patron saints' feast days.
Catholic blogger and author Jean Heimann shares how the saints can lead us to virtue.
Get "Renewed" and become part of the New Evangelization with Father Robert Reed.
This is what it looks like when we build traditions from the ground up. It's not always perfect, it's not always Pinterest-ing...but it is always worth doing, anyway.
As we celebrate today’s feast of St. Nicholas, we invite you to print, color and share this St. Nicholas Coloring Page. Learn more about the life of St. Nicholas by visiting the St. Nicholas Center. Print
SAN FRANCISCO, October 30, 2014 – The stunning new photo book, Trust: In Saint Faustina’s Footsteps, tells the story about Saint Faustina – the greatest Christian mystic of the twentieth century – and her devotion to the
Seven Saints for Seven Virtues continues what St John Paul did in his pontificate, calling laypeople to evangelize where they are by leading heroic lives of virtue, attracting others to the light of Christ.
I don't think that the saints are just whooping it up in Heaven, waiting for us to call upon them.
I think that the Saints know exactly how they can help us and lead us to holiness...and they
Breathing life into what has become a secular "ho, ho, holiday" and making it “ho, ho, holy!”
What makes one person a saint and another a sinner?
I wonder this because of my sinfulness.
Because sometimes the weight of my sin overwhelms me.
It's time for the Aquinas and More annual Saints-in-Training photo contest!
If Lisa is gong to be patron saint of mommy bloggers and Sarah of coffee beans farmers, of what could I be the patron saint? Of whom will you be the patron saint?
St. Zita is a beautiful friend we can count on for prayers as we manage our household's finances.
Lisa Schmidt highlights a book that will remain with her for a very long time.