What does today’s feast teach us about God’s mercy? Find out when Liz Estler surveys several authors who have written on the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
A powerful storyteller reveals the true source of strength – He is who is to be loved above all.
Claire Dwyer tells how she came to make this year’s Lenten resolutions.
“Thy Will be done”: Four simple words that sanctify each moment. Claire Dwyer reflects on the wisdom of Fulton Sheen and Fr. Jean-Pierre de Caussade.
Join Dan Burke and Melissa Elson as they speak with Allen Smith about his book, The Cries of Jesus from the Cross for insight into the life
On this first memorial of “Mary, Mother of the Church”, Dr. Peter Howard explains how the rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary brings peace to our families and our world.
In this chapter from his book “God’s World and Our Place in It”, Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen reflects on worldly defeat and spiritual victory.
Today’s solemnity celebrates the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God. How is she also our Mother as well? Find out what the Church says in today’s post.
When God came to earth, there was no room in the inn, but there was room in the stable. What lesson is hidden behind the inn and the stable?
A powerful reflection for the Fourth of July, Dr. Peter Howard has focused away from self-independence to dependence on God, against “freedom from” to “freedom for”.
Was Our Lady of Guadalupe in Spain before she came to the Americas? Find out about her ties to Spain and many other interesting things about Our Lady of Guadalupe when Dr. Peter Howard reflects on this feast.