Divine Mercy Sunday

Divine Mercy  As Catholics we often hear the term Divine Mercy, but how frequently do we more fully understand what it is? We may think it is simply the “Jesus I trust in you” quot...

Easter

The warmer air, tulips blooming, sunny and clear blue skies of late spring provide the most fitting scenery after a long winter to observe Easter Sunday - the day on which we celebrate the new life...
The Meaning of Lent
Lent

The Meaning of Lent

In the Catholic church, lent is a penitential season of 40 days that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends the evening of Holy Thursday. The term lent actually comes from the old English word “lencten”,...

Assumption of Mary

As we approach to celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary, let us learn about this doctrine and what it means for us. The word Assumption comes from the Latin verb assumere, meaning "to t...
How to Celebrate St. Benedict Day

How to Celebrate St. Benedict Day

Who is St. Benedict? While St. Benedict may be casually known by many Catholics as the gray bearded, staff and book wielding monk enrobed in a black habit, his life, example, and Rule provide enume...

Feast of the Sacred Heart

The feast of the Sacred Heart is a feast that started with the devotion fostered by Carthusian and Jesuit priests and promoted by St. Francis de Sales. The devotion became especially popular follo...
Mother's Day and the Gift of Motherhood.

Mother's Day and the Gift of Motherhood.

The month of May is here! This means we get to celebrate our mothers, the real superheroes in our lives and the Month of Our Lady. Some may have already chosen a gift; some others might be trying t...
The Power of Praying the Rosary

The Power of Praying the Rosary

The most popular devotion in the Catholic faith is the Holy Rosary. When praying the Holy Rosary, we meditate upon the mysteries of the Life of Jesus. This devotion has been part of the Catholic tr...

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