Catholic Relief Services reminds us that in our reflection on the Blessed Mother, we see a refugee, a heartbroken parent, a mother burying her child. We see the sorrows of our world, and by contemplating them, we encounter one another in deepening solidarity.
There are patron saints of everything, so let’s adopt some new ones for marriage! Karee Santos explains why St. Gianna Molla and St. Josemaria Escriva make great patron saints of work/life balance.
Are you back to school and resolved to be better organized? Monica McConkey looks at different options to sync your schedule with the Saints!
During her lifetime, Mother Teresa was consistently one of the most admired humans walking our Earth. That has continued since her death in 1997. Rebecca Kates Lemke of Catholic Relief Services offers 5 ways to live a full and fulfilling life like Mother Teresa.
Will you be watching Sunday as Mother Teresa is officially declared a Saint? If you’d like to watch (or listen t0) the Canonization Mass and catch other coverage about Saint Teresa of Calcutta, here’s where you can find programming on radio, TV, and online.
Whether your children have been back in school for a few weeks already or they’re still packing their backpacks for the first day of school, this is a great time to remember that there are many saints who intercede for students! Our friends at HolyArt.com created this infographic that highlights 5 patron saints of students.
Are you struggling with infertility, a history of miscarriage, or a difficult pregnancy? Charisse Tierney shares her story of hope, and how you can obtain your own relic of St. Gerard.
Ignatius Press announces the publication of two new children’s books about soon-to-be saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta.