Divine Mercy 101: Divine Mercy Greater Than Sin and Despair

For St. Catherine, the merciful love of God so essentially defines who He is that, along with St. Augustine and St. Thomas, Catherine understands that it is precisely despair of His mercy that constitutes the only unforgivable sin.

Our Lady of Fatima’s message resonates, 105 years on

May 13, 2022, marks the 105th anniversary of Our Lady’s first apparition at Fatima. Our Lady continues to invite us to renewed hope, to deeper conversion of our hearts to Christ, and to remind us of her loving intercession before her Son for all our needs and prayers.

Being Pro-Life with Merciful Love

The Church calls on us all to pursue the New Evangelization in order to establish a Culture of Life that will lead to the advent of a Civilization of Love.

In the Mule-Steps of St. Damien of Moloka’i

On his feast day, recalling the Belgian priest's extraordinary 16-year ministry to the victims of Hansen’s disease (leprosy) in the untamed wilderness of a remote Hawaiian island.

May, Mary's wonderful month

The month of May, a beautiful month of new life and blossoms, calls us to give every thought and worry to God through Mary, thus truly bringing about new life.

Remember St. Joseph, the Worker

May 1, Third Sunday of Easter, is also the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. What makes this humble, quiet man worth remembering?