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Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 18 — First Sunday of Lent

Expect suffering and temptation.

Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 17

Are you aware of your sins? That's a good start.

Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 16

It's our duty to serve.

Healing a Spiritual Toothache

Find out what Scripture tells us about spiritual pain and learn how we can heal this Lenten season.

Part 3. Fortitude

The following is the third in a seven-part series on the cardinal and theological virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, faith, hope, and charity.

Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 15

Why should we unite our trials to Jesus' suffering on the Cross?

Footsteps to Mercy: Feb. 14 (Ash Wednesday)

Lent is meant to be more than a routine.

Valentine's Day is Ash Wednesday. What to Make of That?

This year, Lent begins on Valentine's Day.

A Holy Land Pilgrimage: Pt. 2 — Lord, When We Met By the Seashore

Join us on an eight-part series on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Today we present part two: travel from the Mount of Beatitudes, to the Sea of Galilee, to Capernaum and Cana, and other towns and places where Jesus ministered in Galilee.

'I Know at the End There is a Purpose'

At a Marian parish in Illinois, one family shows what it means to suffer — and what it means to trust.

Our Lady Visits Lourdes

The woman revealed her identity to Bernadette, saying, "I am the Immaculate Conception."

W.W.J.D.?

When faced with a difficult decision, we need to ask ourselves this simple question ...

Part 2: Justice

Learn about the virtue of justice and find out what we must do to bring harmony back into a world torn apart by sin.

A Holy Land Pilgrimage: Pt. 1 — Where the Word Became Flesh

Join us on an eight-part series on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Today we begin part one: from Caesarea to Mt. Carmel and finishing in Nazareth, where the Word became flesh.

Part 1: Prudence

The following is the first in a seven-part series on the cardinal and theological virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, faith, hope, and charity.

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