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.
The August birthstone is peridot, also known as the “poor man’s emerald.” Peridot has many traditional properties which it is said to offer to its wearers including love, truth, fame, dignity, protection, and openness.
Throughout life we are filled with moments which challenge us. Moments in which we are challenged by grief, challenged by lack of faith, and challenged by lack of inspiration.
The ruby is one of the most famous gems and is the July birthstone. Ruby is a gem typically found in hues of red and has been honored throughout history.
When I started working at the Catholic Company I instantly learned a great deal about the Catholic faith.
Lectio divina is a practice which takes patience, a clear mind, time, and practice. Luckily, you don’t have to go about lectio divina all alone.
The Magnificat is a magazine quickly sweeping the Catholic World. The Magnificat is a daily mass companion which is second to none in its pocket-sized, easy-to-read nature.
Emerald is one of the most famous gemstones in the world and is considered the May birthstone. Emerald has been worn and used for centuries as many have thought that it brings both intelligence and power.
One of the most famous birthstone’s is the unique April Birthstone, diamond. Diamond is one of the famous gems throughout history. As many know, the diamond is the hardest substance on earth.
Over the Holy Triduum this year I went on a retreat at the Abbey of Belmont, North Carolina. Any and all male students at Belmont Abbey College are invited to partake of this wonderful retreat.