Sometimes I become so busy trying to make everything “right” I forget justice is not mine to serve! St. Matthew and Sister Mary helped me with that this week!
Have you considered a family crest or coat of arms? Christina King shares hers.
Monica McConkey has a great new series of saints projects for your family with the July saints. Be sure to check it out!
Journey of Our Love: The Letters of St. Gianna Beretta Molla and Pietro Molla (Pauline Books, 2014) allows us an intimate look at the relationship between husband and wife as they sought to establish and nurture their
Guest author Elizabeth Boyle-Contreras shares her relationship with mothers -- her own mother and two special spiritual mothers.
Only three more rungs to the top of the ladder of humility. The tenth degree tells us, The tenth degree of humility is that he be not ready and quick to laugh, for it is written, “The
Melanie Jean Juneau discovers her namesake saint.
Stuart Dunn reviews the new film "Saint Peter" from Ignatius Press.
A friend's criticism of Curious George creates a spiritual link for Patti Maguire Armstrong to a special saint.
Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity teaches that to be contemplative, we need to understand the simplicity of wanting to be united with Jesus and at the same time, the deepness.
St. Therese of Liseux on why we shouldn't envy our sisters and how God delights in our unique beauty.
John Guy retells the life of St. Thomas More through the lens of his favorite daughter, Margaret, in A Daughter’s Love. Review by Rhonda Ortiz.
These parents raised saints. We can learn from them how to help our children grow in love of God and His Will.
Meet Patricia Ann Kasten, author of the great book Making Sense of Saints, and find out what inspired her work on this project.
Diane Schwind continues our examination of St. Benedict's 12 Degrees of Humility.