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A Catholic's Guide to Halloween

Oct 25, 2017 By Gretchen Filz

Halloween begins the celebration of Catholic, and therefore Christian, holy days that remind the faithful of the reality of heaven and hell, the saints and the damned, demons and angels, and the holy souls suffering in purgatory. Catholics historically believed that on these “Days of the Dead”, their annual feast, the veil betwe[...]

St. John XXIII: Genius Humor From the Farm Boy Turned Powerhouse Pope

Oct 10, 2017 By Ashley Osmera

Throughout his life, especially during his years as pope, John XXIII was known for his genuine joy and a magnificent sense of humor. Considering his story, that is a striking quality and virtue to possess. John XXIII used humor in various types of moments to keep himself humble, to shed new light on situations, or simply to make[...]

5 Things We Can Learn From St. Padre Pio

Sep 22, 2017 By Catherine McManamon

Before long, news of his stigmata had spread. Padre Pio became well-known and a great spiritual influence: not only in Italy, but around the world. He was best known for his piety, his quality of preaching, his ability to read souls, his role as a confessor, his devoutly-said Masses (which, when he was in ecstasy, could be up to[...]

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A Mother's Tears: The Story of Our Lady of La Salette

Sep 18, 2017 By Ashley Osmera

On September 19, 1846—the century following the diabolical French Revolution—Our Lady appeared to two shepherd children, Maximin Giraud and Melanie Calvat, in La Salette, France. She was weeping, and she told them of a time of impending trial for France as well as for the whole world. Our Lady first spoke to the two children tog[...]