An in-depth look at the "new springtime" in the Church in Ireland from Eddie Cotter, Jr., founder of the Dead Theologians Society
Could I need to be a saint?
Author Gina Loehr shares an inspirational article and excerpt from her new book, "Saint Francis, Pope Francis".
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.
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.
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.
What is Heaven really like? The movie, Heaven is for Real, only gives a tiny glimpse. But the saints share something deeper. Read to find out more!!!
What was St. John Paul the Great's most important contribution to the world? Sherry Boas says it was his message about fear.
Ever wonder why we sometimes call Mary Star of the Sea? The answer lies with St. Jerome in the fifth century.
Diane Schwind continues our examination of St. Benedict's 12 Degrees of Humility.
Kelly Wahlquist shares her special intercessory relationship with newly canonized Saint John Paul II.
Mother Teresa’s faith-filled life of service is beautifully depicted in the recent Ignatius Press re-release of their film Mother Teresa.
Many thanks to our friends at Salt & Light for providing tremendous coverage of today's canonization of Pope Saints John XXIII and John Paul II. In the event that you missed today's homily by Pope Francis, we
Kirk Whitney shares Biblical lessons for the chaos of everyday life.
Early church martyr St. Apollonius makes a defense of Christianity in the face of certain death and becomes for a us a powerful intercessor when the lure of this world feels overwhelming.