Diana von Glahn
I love resolutions. I make them every new year. I make them every birthday. I make them every Monday. Now that I’m doing a daily examen, I make them every night. Why do I love them, you might be asking? Because I am a constant work in progress. A hot mess striving for perfection, and
Who was Miguel Pro? Why is he a Blessed? And, why does the Church celebrate him today? Find out when Diana von Glahn takes us on another fabulous pilgrimage post.
When I was a young girl, my mother would often tell us stories of the saints. I loved it, and today’s saint, St. Maria Goretti, was one of my favorites. Perhaps it was that she was young, like me, and I felt closer to her than the adult saints. Maybe it was that her holiness
Luke, Chapter 1 tells us the whole, exciting and miraculous story of the Birth of John the Baptist, which we celebrate today. First, we read of the announcement–by an angel, no less–of the very unexpected conception and later birth of the baby who would grow up to become John the Baptist. His parents, Elizabeth and Zechariah,
Why do we need Lourdes? Of all of the Marian shrines in the world, Notre Dame de Lourdes in France is most associated with healing. Bernadette Soubirous and the Lady On February 11, 1858, 14-year-old Bernadette Soubirous went to Massabielle on the banks of the river and saw a lady dressed in white in a grotto. She saw her
Today is the memorial of St John Nepomucene Neumann, Philadelphia’s fourth bishop and our country’s first male saint. In celebration of his memorial, I’d like to introduce you to the National Shrine of St John Nepomucene Neumann, one of Philadelphia’s five shrines, and one of my favorites (they’re on Facebook, too!). The Life of St John Nepomucene Neumann