Seattle QB Russell Wilson found out on the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” that he is descended from the Catholic Patron Saint of Beer
In the case of the altar server, we become more aware of how our gestures are truly powerful means of communication. Even when we do not realize it, how we stand, how we sit, how we move, speaks to those around us: for better or for worse.
Will Amoris Laetitia end all debate on these matters? Hardly. But it does indeed represent a deft and impressive balancing of the many and often contradictory interventions at the two Synods on the Family. As such, it will be of great service to many suffering souls who come to the Field Hospital.
"That small farmers may receive just compensation for their invaluable work."
Did you know that Mary continues to speak to us today? We would like to share with you a collection of 10 messages from the Virgin Mary that we think every Catholic should know.
Judging from a recent video in which Bill Nye discussed the relation between science and philosophy, I can tell you that Bill Nye is not the “Philosophy Guy.”
Babe Ruth likely wouldn’t have evolved into a baseball superstar without the help of Brother Matthias Boutlier, a Catholic religious. Throughout his career, The Bambino often referred to Brother Matthias, the disciplinarian at the St. Mary’s Industrial School in Baltimore, as the greatest man he ever knew.
To help you distinguish the authentic reports regarding the situation of Fr. Tom Uzhunnalil, SDB, from the false rumors doing the rounds, here is...
One meditation that I have found to help draw me deeper into contemplating the Passion is the tradition of studying the 7 Last Words of Christ. More than words, these are the last phrases that Christ spoke as He was dying on the Cross.
Lord, bless this creature, beer, which by your kindness and power has been produced from kernels of grain, and let it be a healthful drink for mankind. Grant that whoever drinks it with thanksgiving to your holy name may find it a help in body and in soul; through Christ our Lord.