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.
The March Birthstone is aquamarine. Aquamarine is a famous gemstone which gets its name from the Latin word for seaweed as its typical color, at least naturally and in that part of the world, is similar to the color of seaweed.
What do Via Crucis, Via Dolorossa, Way of Sorrows, and Way of the Cross, all have in common? They all refer to the Stations of the Cross.
Six easy ways to use personalized prayer cards during Lent in your parish.
The February birthstone is Amethyst. Amethyst gets its name from the Greek word “amethystos” which means “remedy against drunkenness.”
The January Birthstone is the stunning garnet stone. Garnet is typically a deep red stone and gets its name from the Latin word “granatus” meaning “grain” or “seed.”
Throughout the month of December you might have noticed many advertisements from catholicscomehome.org. I wondered what are all of these commercials about all of sudden?
Congratulations you made it through another Christmas season. A season that was probably filled stress over gift-buying, relatives visiting, bills, and much, much more.
Rosaries are one of the oldest and most fascinating tools of prayer used by countless Faithful of the Catholic Church.