A consistent prayer life is one of the most important habits a Christian can develop. However, most of us know that maintaining a prayer life is not easy and takes much effort and commitment.
Archives for August 2012
The Sacrament I, and many others, have the least experience with is the Anointing of the Sick. The Anointing of the Sick is a Sacrament that I have honestly never seen administered.
One of the most beautiful and universal titles of Mary is her title as Queen of Heaven and Earth, also called the Queenship of Mary. What does this mean, and what is Church tradition on this doctrine of the Faith? Here is a brief overview of this doctrine with information that I hope will encourage you to dig a little deeper into the profound mysteries of this Marian title.
Today is the feast day of St. Bartholomew the Apostle. Saint Bartholomew is one of the twelve Apostles and was introduced to Jesus through St. Phillip.
This blog is the final installment of a two part series. Click here to read “Top 10 American Catholic Authors: Part 1”. You do not have to read Part 1 in order to learn and enjoy Part 2.
Who comes to your mind when asked, “Can you name ten Catholic authors?” If you’re at all like me, then your mind probably goes straight to St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Augustine, St. Paul, Blessed John Paul II, and other men who are probably dead, white, and European.
Today is the feast day of the champion of the True Cross: St. Helena. Saint Helena lived a monumental life and teaches us to have true love of the Cross of Christ.
This is the last installment of the “Basic Mariology” series. As I’m sure you can tell, I’m working backwards, from one of the latest declarations of the Church on Mary (Assumption of Mary 1950s) to one of the earliest declarations on Mary (Council of Constantinople II 553-554 AD).
Mary, the Mother of God, is by far one of the most controversial figures in the New Testament, in my opinion. Many Christians bicker over whether she was a virgin throughout life, sinless, and assumed into heaven.
The dogma of the Immaculate Conception is unique to the Roman Catholic Church. It is a dogma which clearly displays how theology develops over time and how we as church come to better understand God’s revelation.