Guest author Meg Hunter-Kilmer capitalizes on kids’ fascination with fictional characters and links the lives of the saints to those ubiquitous Disney princesses.
On the 13th of this month we celebrate the feast day of St. Francis Xavier Cabrini, the first United States citizen to be canonized a saint. Michele Faehnle and her children share their mini-pilgrimage to the Mother Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colorado.
The Church needs more devoted followers like St. Francis of Assisi, Jason Weirich maintains. Find out what qualities Francis demonstrated that we can all develop.
Rakhi McCormick is no fan of haunted houses, but knows the season sometimes requires a scare. Why not try using our faith to inspire our search for a terrifying thrill this Halloween?
Stuart Dunn reviews what he considers the definitive biography of Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati, new from Ignatius Press.