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Know Your Faith, for Real

Many Catholics have a bad habit of making claims about the teaching of the Church and being flatly wrong. How can we do better?

The Life of St. Robert Bellarmine

By his devotion to Our Lady, St. Robert Bellarmine (1542-1641) was made into a powerful tool in the hands of Our Immaculate Queen.

Our Lady of Sorrows

To celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows Sept. 15, we look at how Our Sorrowful Mother shows us how to benefit from life's unavoidable pain.

Exalt the Cross

Who’d ever have expected that a Roman torture tool would become the sign of salvation to the world?

As Towers Fell, a Question Arose

On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, do you feel moved to ask God some pointed questions?

Not Alone

Juanita Flores learned to pray from her grandmother. But it wasn't until Juanita found the Divine Mercy message and devotion that she could overcome the rest of her grandmother's legacy. 

The Nativity of Mary

It's the Blessed Mother's birthday! And what could be more appropriate than a cake?

Burger, Fries, and Mercy!

Can you count on Jesus to keep you from getting parking tickets? I count on Jesus for a lot of things, but not usually for parking tickets. But as a priest once told me, “God can do whatever He wants.”

 

We Can (and Must) Help All the Departed

We're in the Year of St. Joseph, Patron Saint of a Happy Death (that is, a death with the last Sacraments, where we pass away in the state of grace). But is there hope for those who die without the last Sacraments? Father Dan Cambra, MIC, gives us the answer. 

 

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