“I was in Prison and You Visited Me…” Thirty years ago less than five hundred people lived in Cancun, Mexico. Today more than a million residents stroll the white sandy beaches and work in the hotels and restaurants. But amidst the success of the new tourist hot-spot, crime rose and with it c
Toy Box Battle It's a David vs. Goliath prospect for faith-based companies to even get the chance to compete in the big retail.
Feast of Our Lady of the Snows: August 5 During that hot summer evening, a miraculous snowfall traced the form of the basilica on the hill. Our Lady also appeared to Pope Liberius in a dream that same night so that he too could arrive at the location to see the miraculous snowfall.
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