Darkness Experts The recent press coverage on Mother Teresa’s long dark night of the soul has ranged from commentaries insinuating that she was an agnostic do-gooder, to those hailing her as a model for the modern-day people caught in the temptation to doubt, but who is a
Feast of Our Lady of Ransom On August 1, 1218 the Blessed Virgin appeared to Saint Peter, to his confessor, Raymund of Pennafort, and to King James I, and through these three servants of God established a work of the most perfect charity, the redemption of captives. Its members woul
Spending Time in the Company of a Mentor Do you have a mentor in your life? Try your hardest to make time to let a mentor know you. Appreciate all this person has have given you in this life. Spend time in his company and try to quantify for yourself what that relationship truly means to you.
We don’t need a sequel OJ on TV - I’m changing the channel or turning it off. Television networks air programming that they think people want to watch. So the only way we get programming to change is by watching what we want and turning off what we don’t want.
Hope “The Church is alive and the Church is young…”
Be Anything You Want to Be “The Church does not see itself able to ordain women, following the long and constant teaching of the Church.”
Fantasy Journalism Time Magazine recently engaged in what I would call “fantasy journalism.” Others might call this the “what if” school of reportage.
October, Month of the Holy Rosary The month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary. This is primarily due to the fact that the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated annually on October 7th. It was instituted to honor the Blessed Virgin Mary in gratitu
Spend Time with Your Family, Not Money What our children want and need is our time, not another stuffed animal mouse.We as parents crave a relationship with our children that will be nurtured into their adult years.
Fatima: 90 Years 90 Years After the Sun Danced. 1917, Oct. 13, heaven touched earth in Portugal’s Cova da Iria. For the three children who experienced the visions at Fatima, their lives would never be the same. Neither would ours.
True Stories "Bella" joins an increasing number of movies that have a positive, Catholic message for today’s overly secular world. In fact, there are been several major films produced in recent years that aimed at the distinctly “conservative” Catholic audience.