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Vatican City, Oct 31, 2014 / 03:54 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Now released in English, the Synod of Bishop's final relatio reveals a more positive tone regarding the family called for by the synod’s s ... discuss

By Joe Kral At the beginning of the movie Shadowlands, CS Lewis is heard saying, “Pain is God’s megaphone to rouse a deaf world.” It is an obvious reference to CS Lewis’ theology of suffer ... discuss

“We encourage all citizens, particularly Catholics, to embrace their citizenship not merely as a duty and privilege, but as an opportunity meaningfully to participate in building the Culture of Li ... discuss

iv> Standard Podcast [ 17 min. 25 sec. | 8.13 MB ] Play NowPlay in Popup | Download Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Proper of Seasons: 459 Psalter: Friday, Wee ... discuss

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a lion when it comes to defending the faith, is often portrayed as rigid and lacking in compassion. As a matter of fact, anyone who stands against the tsunami of progressivism ... discuss

Vatican City, Oct 28, 2014 / 10:58 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis said that those waiting at the threshold of the Church without going inside are not true members of the Church which Jesus establis ... discuss

28 October, New Testament On the various New Testament lists of the Twelve Apostles (Matthew 10:2-4; Mark 3:16-19; Luke 6:14-16; Acts 1:13), the tenth and eleventh places are occupied by Simon the Zea ... discuss

The Red Redmaynesby Eden Phillpotts This is a post WW1 mystery, written in the so-called golden age of mystery stories. Set in Britain. Things as They Are Mission Work in Southern India Here is a re ... discuss

I had to share my God moment that happened this week… even though it wasn’t something I had on my sadly neglected blogging calendar that was put aside for sick kids with fevers, field tri ... discuss

Washington D.C., Oct 24, 2014 / 12:08 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse who has been battling Ebola after treating a patient in Texas, has now been declared free of the disease, and gave ... discuss

"For every tree is known by his own fruit..." Luke 6:44aNot to state the obvious, but "knowing Christians by their fruit" does not mean that everyone who does something "nice" is a Christian.  It ... discuss

Denver, Colo., Oct 22, 2014 / 08:02 pm (CNA).- Although it may have been well intentioned, an Italian nun’s choice of Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” as her first single shows “ ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 632 Psalter: Wednesday, Week I, 722 Common of Pastors: 1769 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Psalter: Wednesday, Week I, 743 Common of Pastors: ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Psalter: Wednesday, Week I, 708 Common of Pastors: 1748 (verse before first reading) Proper of Seasons: 419 (first reading)Note: Second re ... discuss

The first feast day of St. John Paul II was celebrated in Venezuela by the Apostolic Nuncio, who prayed that the recently canonized saint would accompany the nation “in the path of peace an ... discuss

Leonora, Margaret, RhoslynRhoslyn Thomas, SPUC’s youth & education officer, has kindly sent me the following report of SPUC's visit to the pro-life movement in Slovenia: From 2-6 October, Leonora Bl ... discuss

This is long, so if you want a quick read, I've highlighted in red what struck me most. I ran the entire letter because it's not up on the Inside the Vatican website yet. But I recommend you sign up f ... discuss

Vatican City, Oct 21, 2014 / 12:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Father Francesco di Felice worked at the Secretariat of State during the pontificate of Bl. Paul VI, and recently recounted the story behind the ... discuss

  Books are free at the time I found the links and pasted them here. This changes sometimes, so be sure to note the price before you add it to your cart. Sometimes, for some reason, the links ge ... discuss

Megan Szylvian has written a poignant and touching letter to her premature babies. Today was supposed to be their due date. Instead, they are celebrating their three-month birthday because they were b ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — A pro-life woman whose unborn baby girl died in the womb shared her experience on her blog.   The loss of her daughter, whom she and her husband named Olivia Amy, led her to re ... discuss

By Thom S. Rainer I have a great love for local congregations. To be sure, I’ve never been in a perfect church. They just don’t exist. But I still love local churches. On ... discuss

St. Jude, also called Thaddeus or "Courageous", is the author of the short epistle in the New Testament. He was the apostle who asked the Lord at the Last Supper why he had manifested himself only to ... discuss

October is the month dedicated to the Rosary. It is also the month dedicated to the protection of all human life. The Church is the Body of Christ whose mission is to help and defend the poor, the ... discuss

When I first encountered the following quote on a popular pro-life blog, I had to do a double take and reread it in full context. Remember that these abortionists are misguided. They are sinners ... discuss

At a recent campaign event, U.S. Senate candidate Ben Sasse spoke of his close association with the pro-life cause—and shared strong words on how the movement can be more effective. “I’m zealous ... discuss

As we set off for Las Vegas with the Black Madonna, the picturesque southwestern desert joining California and Nevada offered a peaceful backdrop of reflection on the journey of the historic Ocean to ... discuss

I: It is instructive, and a little depressing, to watch Catholic social media come alive with reactions to the synod’s relatio text, which — let’s remember — is going to be rev ... discuss

Christopher Columbus, the great Catholic explorer, has been unjust marred by historians and liberals. The true Christopher Columbus was a saintly man who sought to serve the Holy Catholic Faith and Hi ... discuss

In a Mass of Thanksgiving for the canonization of two Canadian saints, Pope Francis prayed that Quebec might return to a “path of fruitfulness, to giving the world many missionaries.” Fr ... discuss

Vatican City, Oct 12, 2014 / 04:17 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In his thanksgiving mass for the canonization of two Canadian Saints Pope Francis said that a true missionary goes out of himself, boldly bringi ... discuss

1. My new book, Seven Saints for Seven Virtues, was officially released on the Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary!  I have been told that it should be on the shelves of bookstores next week. Li ... discuss

by Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life: Abortion brings darkness to a community ... a darkness that needs our silence in order to survive. It brings death to the innocent. It also brings emotional, spi ... discuss

“My Girlfriend Had an Abortion Last Week, She Was 15 Weeks Pregnant, This is Not What I Wanted” “The image of a young man at the Tempe Planned Parenthood is one that I will never forget,” ... discuss

Abortion brings darkness to a community … a darkness that needs our silence in order to survive. It brings death to the innocent. It also brings emotional, spiritual … even physical suffer ... discuss

Abortion brings darkness to a community … a darkness that needs our silence in order to survive. It brings death to the innocent. It also brings emotional, spiritual … even physical suffer ... discuss

by Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life: A 40 Days for Life campaign gives one more chance. One more chance for the mom ... and one last chance for the baby.Some women and men take that last chance and ... discuss

Brittany Maynard has received worldwide attention after revealing she plans to kill herself on November 1. The 29-year-old terminally ill patient plans to take the lethal pill on November 1st to end h ... discuss

A 40 Days for Life campaign gives one more chance. One more chance for the mom … and one last chance for the baby. Some women and men take that last chance and save their child from abortion. Bu ... discuss

By Jean  M. HeimannToday, October 9, we celebrate the feast of St. Louis Bertrand (1526-1581), who is known as the Apostle of the Americas and the patron of Novice Masters.Louis Bertrand was born ... discuss

Bangkok, Thailand, Oct 8, 2014 / 07:04 pm (CNA).- Married couples in Thailand recently met at a workshop reflecting on pastoral challenges confronting their vocation, which emphazised the role of the ... discuss

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Wednesday of the Twenty-Seventh Week in Ordinary Time(Click here for readings)By BENEDICT AUGUSTINE“Jesus was praying in a certain place, and when he had finished,one of his disciples said to hi ... discuss

Tony Kennedy had just been confirmed to a life appointment on the U.S. Supreme Court in late 1987 when I got an invitation to lunch from a lawyer in a well-respected Washington firm. John Connolly was ... discuss

The author of this article prefers to be anonymous. We are delighted to give her a voice here at Les Femmes! This being the week we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Rosary established by Pope Pius V af ... discuss

My name is Riley, and I am 19 years old. I am the birth mother of two beautiful children whom I have chosen to place for adoption. I became pregnant with my son at 17, the summer before my senior year ... discuss

  Welcoming the Black Madonna at Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church in Anaheim, CA Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church, a large and beautiful church established in 1969 in Anaheim, Califor ... discuss

VIDEO: "The Rosary" composed by Ethelbert Nevin. Recorded 23 September 1951 for The Mario Lanza Show, starring "the most famous tenor in the world" himself, with studio orchestra conducted by Ray Sina ... discuss

I liked the old paths, when Moms were at home. Dads were at work. Brothers went into the Army, or took up a trade. And sisters got married BEFORE having children! Crime did not pay; Hard work did; ... discuss

Local pro-life advocates in Waco, Texas are rejoicing today because the nation’s biggest abortion business has pulled the plug on its abortion center in this central Texas city. “After 20 ... discuss

by Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life: We’re almost two weeks into this 40 Days for Life campaign and we have more good news to share. So far … there have been 86 babies saved from abortion – th ... discuss

Because the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation are so closely tied together, the best place to start exploring Confirmation is to begin by exploring what both the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirm ... discuss

Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time(Click here for readings)Brothers and Sisters:  Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petitions, with thanksgiving, make your requests kno ... discuss

South Bend, Ind., Oct 6, 2014 / 11:56 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Knights of Columbus and Supreme Knight Carl Anderson have been named the recipients of a University of Notre Dame institute’s 2015 ... discuss

We’re almost two weeks into this 40 Days for Life campaign and we have more good news to share. So far … there have been 86 babies saved from abortion – that we know of. Praise God! MEMPHIS, TEN ... discuss

The church on earth lost a great spiritual leader this past Friday night, October 3. On the very same day that St. Francis of Assisi died back in 1226, a priest who lived and taught the Franciscan spi ... discuss

I agonized over whether to blog this or not.  I considered the privacy of our family. The confidentiality of my son. The acquaintances who may have elevated our family too much and will be crushe ... discuss

We’re almost two weeks into this 40 Days for Life campaign and we have more good news to share. So far … there have been 86 babies saved from abortion – that we know of. Praise God! MEMPHIS, TEN ... discuss

Larry and I just came back from participating in our local Life Chain. We said three rosaries and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy during the 90 minutes. Our little town is pretty sensible -- most people s ... discuss

by Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life: "Does this really make a difference?" That's the question many 40 Days for Life participants have asked at some point, including me. Being out on the sidewalk prayin ... discuss

There once was a land, a magical land, with a chicken in every pot. And in this land, which was called Progressitopia, there were two peoples. There were those who saw the world as it was, and there w ... discuss

I just learned of the passing of Father Benedict  last night, on the eve of the Feast of St Francis...lots of thoughts and feelings going around in my head for this wonderful priest. I was bnles ... discuss

“Does this really make a difference?” That’s the question many 40 Days for Life participants have asked at some point, including me. Being out on the sidewalk praying can sometimes m ... discuss

by Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life: Five 40 Days for Life vigils have taken place outside the WomanCare abortion center in Lansing, Michigan. But local leaders in Lansing decided there would not be a s ... discuss

Dawn Milberger is a wife, abortion survivor, and a pro-life speaker. Her story is nothing short of amazing — as she survived multiple abortion attempts. LifeNews blogger Melissa Ohden has profi ... discuss

Five 40 Days for Life vigils have taken place outside the WomanCare abortion center in Lansing, Michigan. But local leaders in Lansing decided there would not be a sixth. They didn’t sign up for the ... discuss

Five 40 Days for Life vigils have taken place outside the WomanCare abortion center in Lansing, Michigan. But local leaders in Lansing decided there would not be a sixth. They didn’t sign up for ... discuss

by Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life: There is something about twins that adds excitement to a pregnancy. So often, when a couple determined to have an abortion finds out that there is not one baby in th ... discuss

Rome, Italy, Oct 2, 2014 / 03:10 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Cardinal Donald Wuerl ordained 43 seminarians from the Pontifical North American Collage in Rome as deacons, reminding them to always be open to G ... discuss

There are few words more formal than inauguration and few occasions that can compare to the beginning of something so recognizably important as this – the ceremonial installation of the Reverend Doc ... discuss

If there is any part of government that America assumed, indeed prayed, works it is the Secret Service. These very special men and women whose sworn duty is to protect the President and Vice Presiden ... discuss

There is something about twins that adds excitement to a pregnancy. So often, when a couple determined to have an abortion finds out that there is not one baby in the womb, but two … they immedi ... discuss

These misguided souls [abortion industry workers] are our brothers and sisters in Christ, whether you like it or not. You can call someone a “baby killer” all day long. Not one of them lef ... discuss

 The suffering of abortion from a Grandmother’s perspective By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers know that taking the life of an innocent unborn child can never be a “private” decision. ... discuss

And war broke out in heaven.... We know of war. We hear of wars and rumors of wars. We see our nation and others fighting over things that matter and things that don't. Some of you have even fought ... discuss

I want to ask all my fellow single ladies (and you single gentlemen who we've seen talking about marriage on Twitter lately; yes, we've noticed) a couple of very important questions. I know many of us ... discuss

Jim Wells MLANew Northern Ireland Health minister supports abortion banJim Wells, who has previously stated in an interview that the abortion ban in Northern Ireland should be upheld, including in ca ... discuss

Conversations with God (and the Robbieisms He used to snap me out of my offense) So, a funny thing happened on the way to spiritual maturity… We can think we are on our way to becoming the person ... discuss

Last Saturday evening (4/26/2014) as I lay in bed, ready to fall asleep, I received one of those late night calls, as parents, we dread receiving. However, rather from one of our children, or even Mom ... discuss

The evangelical world, joined by no shortage of secular observers, has been abuzz about the latest soundbite of note from the Pastors Osteen — this time offered by Victoria Osteen as her husband ... discuss

As August comes to a close, my posts about August 2009 also come to a close. It has been good for me to look back on all God has done...On this date five years ago, August 31st, 2009, I had an appoint ... discuss

I don’t know about you, but I’m in high gear prep-for-school mode around the bee hive. My sweet mama whisked my teens and five-year-old away to her house over the weekend and let me spend ... discuss

"Surely the Lord purposes precious friendships as quiet whispers of encouragement along the paths we walk." -Kala Allen (my sister-in-law)Five years ago this month, the Lord brought a very special fri ... discuss

As most of you know, when I was nine I lost my mom to suicide. All of this discussion about Robin Williams has me kind of sad and frustrated with where we are with mental illness in this world. My h ... discuss

Thursday I went to the cancer center for my six month check up. Because childcare is tough to find for six kids, one of whom is a foster (oh, yeah, that's why I haven't had time for blogging...I am m ... discuss

We, in modern America, if anything have too much food. You learn this in a new way when you go to places like Singapore where the portions are smaller – you know, normal sized. But in super-sized ... discuss

Dear Readers, It was an abortion day Thursday July 31, 2014. Nine mothers heard our cry for mercy on the unborn victims being brought into the Building For Women for slaughter. We prayed and worshiped ... discuss

Richard Bennett originally comes from Ireland. He was trained by Jesuits in his early years, and received eight years of theological instruction and preparation for the priesthood with the Dominican ... discuss

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the Manhattan Church of Holy Innocents, which is on the potential list of Catholic church closings to be announced in September. In a move to combat the potential ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a Dominican novice, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation ma ... discuss

Battlefield Mass: Korean WarWhen I saw For Greater Glory a couple of years ago, I was struck by the scenes showing the Cristeros at worship in their desert hideaways.  The priest at the alta ... discuss

As I prayed the other morning, I said, "I don't care what anyone else is doing or not doing.  It doesn't matter.  Lord, put me in my place."As soon as those last words were out of my mouth, ... discuss

By bryankemper | Published: July 8, 2014  http://www.standtrue.com/abortionconfession/#sthash.cvmlodUG.dpufOn January 24, 2013, my daughter Zoe addressed the crowd at the March for Life Yout ... discuss

Today the holy Mass is that of the fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Today, July 6, is also the feast day of St. Maria Goretti. Because the Mass of the Lord's Day takes precedence over most Saints ... discuss

First, I want to wish all my fellow Americans a Happy Independence Day. Be safe and have fun during your celebrations.Today is the feast day of my favorite soon-to-be saint, Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati. ... discuss

Random ReflectionsDateline: Saturday April 19, 2014 and the afternoon is slipping away.  The morning work in the backyard is a memory and the short visit with one of the grandfathers was a pleasa ... discuss

In high school, I did half of my coursework at home through a Catholic home school program. As a freshman, I wrote an essay on why Catholics should pray a daily Rosary. Looking back, I’m not sure w ... discuss

Pope Francis, preparing to execute a Judo throw on Patriarch BartholomewOn Pentecost, I was on Ancient Faith Today, which is hosted by Kevin Allen, and was on the show along with Fr. Matthew Baker, to ... discuss

Do you remember the lyrics to that old hymn, "When we all get to Heaven?"Those words are flowing through my mind and I am singing them loud and proud.  ♪ ♫ "What a day of rejoicing it will be ... discuss

By Jean M. HeimannJune 13th is the feast of St. Anthony of Padua. With it being so close to Father's Day, my dad has been on my mind, so I thought I would re-post this popular post I wrote last year a ... discuss

  There is a  great book titled, “In the Arms of Mary” I had purched to give as  presents, although I had never read it.  With forwards by four Cardinals and raves by th ... discuss

L ast week, I wrote about some opinions that liberals and conservatives have concerning Pope Francis. It's not a liberal or conservative issue. The papacy is a gift from God Himself. We should appre ... discuss

This is quite "old" as this was done last year, but better post it than never, no?This is the relic of St. Celestine V, the humble monk elected pope who then resigned after a few months as pope to ret ... discuss

Brethren, Peace be with you! In the photo above we see Pope Francis and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew praying together on the empty tomb that once contained the crucified body of Jesus of Naz ... discuss

I turned on the news before making breakfast yesterday morning. Making headlines were stories of missing children, attempted abductions and a one year old girl locally who was taken to the emergency ... discuss

I'm in a unique position that I wonder if I share with any other Philippine adoptive parent.  Probably so.Our family had the distinct pleasure of adopting from The Philippines FOUR TIMES while we ... discuss

From the invaluable New Liturgical Movement:http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2013/08/q-with-dom-mark-daniel-kirby-on.html#.Uy5ZF0nD_4gDom Mark Daniel Kirby, prior of Silverstream Priory, recently ... discuss

Full disclosure: Arcadian House Publishing has sent me a free copy of this book to review.Waiting for Eli is the story of a father, Chad Judice, and his wife, Ashley, who is pregnant with their second ... discuss

"[[To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.]] The king shall joy in thy strength, O LORD; and in thy salvation how greatly shall he rejoice!" Psalm 21:1My family has been dealing with a situation for ... discuss

Sometimes I think God asks too much of me. I mean, really. What is he thinking? I can understand giving some general guidelines to follow, some flexible rules to kind of give me an idea of which wa ... discuss

I just got back from a retreat in Austin given by Mobile Loaves and Fishes an organization that works to feed and rehome the homeless, and at the sametime create relationships between them and MLFs vo ... discuss

I had a tough time sleeping when I was a kid. I wasn't afraid of the dark, but I did not like the quiet of night. My issues were more than being a light sleeper, one easily disturbed. No, I found it h ... discuss

Funeral for Ron Freeman, (March 25, 2014) Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rev. Todd A. Peperkorn (Psalm 91) TITLE: “Under the Protection of God” Kevin, Melinda, family, colleagues and friends of Ron: G ... discuss

Tony Miano recently wrote an article titled "Abortion Abolition is Not the Gospel". As far as that goes, we agree with Miano: abolition is not the Gospel. We have said the same thing ourselves on num ... discuss

My new migraine book is out under my pen name so I'd like to share my story about how I used to suffer from migraines. I used to have terrible migraines. I had them almost every day. They we ... discuss

This is absurd: Molly Jesse of Essex Junction, who opposes abortion, was ticketed by a Burlington police officer in June for parking near the clinic — within the 35-foot buffer zone where cit ... discuss

An abortion facility has closed, and I found the back-story about this place worth posting, because it's about helping women and girls avoid being forced to have abortions. It's written by a lawyer, A ... discuss

and the Purification of Mary2 February, New Testament The Presentation of Our Lord at the Temple, one of the Christological feasts of the Christian Church, is Scripture's final infancy narrative conc ... discuss

The Wild Goose CaseBack in March of 2013 Tony Massey and myself, Jo Scott, were accused of "following" Christa Pryor, the wife of Jim Pryor, Planned Parenthood's head security guard.  With me at ... discuss

When I prayed for this coming year, I was shown a roller coaster. This means we will have ups and downs this year. I realize that hardly takes a prophet to predict, but the encouraging thing about thi ... discuss

We’re currently in the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which takes place January 18–25. It’s unsurprising, therefore, to see Pope Francis, like his forbears, calling on Christia ... discuss

The typical religious who professed perpetual vows in 2013 is a 37-year-old cradle Catholic who has three or more siblings and who regularly prayed the Rosary and took part in Eucharistic adoration be ... discuss

The typical religious who professed perpetual vows in 2013 is a 37-year-old cradle Catholic who has three or more siblings and who regularly prayed the Rosary and took part in Eucharistic ... Original ... discuss

Bite size commentary delivered daily. In today's edition: The Great Divorce on stage, how to know God's will, biblical messages in Frozen, and more.*****************Coming soon to a theater near ... discuss

It has become the custom in our family to read St. Agnes's story from the book,57 Stories of Saints. It does a nice job of presenting young Agnes and her humility, holiness and faith. It also makes he ... discuss

Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic director & Catholic convert was the guest on tonight's episode of The Journey Home on EWTN. She shared her powerful story. She also talked ... discuss

I am an american evangelical raised in the fundamentalist strain of the faith. I had the book, The Fundamentals, for awhile, but I never read it. Lately, some of the sacred cows I used to defend vigor ... discuss

The two things I remember most about my grandma are that she had a beautiful devotion to the Rosary and she spent a great deal of time knitting. She probably prayed and knitted at the same time! Her k ... discuss

A few years ago a dear friend of mine entered the real life nightmare of a life without her husband.  The love of her life.  The father of her children.  Suddenly gone at age 35. A real life nightm ... discuss

Pope Francis made an unannounced visit to the Roman basilica of St. Mary Major on January 1 and prayed before the beloved image of the Virgin Salus Populi Romani. "The private visit, ... Original Post ... discuss

Christians continue to bear the brunt of the Muslim Brotherhood's fury over its rejection by the people of Egypt. "Clashes outside Egypt church," from AFP, January 1: CAIRO - Egyptian Islamists clashe ... discuss

If anyone had told me five years ago that I would be celebrating my 2014 New Year's Eve at my own house in The Philippines, I would have told him he was crazy AND that's it's not nice to give false ho ... discuss

Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson (1871-1914)Some of the most worthwhile literature, both fiction and non-fiction, is that which leads us to other worthwhile literature.  I came upon something interesting ... discuss

2 days left in 2013. WOW! Where has the time gone? More importantly, what did you learn in this year? For me, from the very start - the first weekend of 2013, in fact - it has been an incredible year ... discuss

we have seen it and testify to it and proclaim to you the eternal life that was with the Father and was made visible to us— what we have seen and heard we proclaim now to you, so that you too may ha ... discuss

I'm introducing a new feature on An Infant in a Cradle -- 20schemes Tuesdays. My plan is to feature an aspect of 20schemes (my new employer) that I find encouraging and think readers might enjoy learn ... discuss

If the title of this blog post sounds familiar to any of you, it should.  It is the name of a song written by Steven Curtis Chapman in the early 90s, I believe.   It impacted me so grea ... discuss

Well, I blew it.  This should have gone up yesterday.  But since heaven is outside of time, I trust St. Juan Diego will not mind.  Originally posted December 9, 2009.-- A.M., O.P.* &nbs ... discuss

When multi-Grammy award-winning singer and producer John Elefante started writing the lyrics for his song “This Time,” he had no intention of writing a “pro-life song,” and certainly didn’t ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 2 is St. Bibiana.St. Bibiana was a Roman who was martyred during the time of Julian the Apostate. A legend states that Bibiana's parents, Flavian and Dafrosa, were de ... discuss

Tim SweetmanAt 6:15 on Tuesday, November 13, 2013, Vicki Sweetman stepped from life into eternity. When I wrote my article “No Little People,” there were few people on this earth that infl ... discuss

The Saints of the Day for November 23 are St. Clement I, St. Columban and Bl. Miguel Pro.St. ClementSt. Clement I of Rome (92-101) was one of the first popes; according to St. Ireneus, he was the thir ... discuss

When I was in college, I prayed and discerned a vocation to become a sister or a nun.  I was enthralled by the Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart; of which I had had the honor of working wi ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for October 30 is St. Alphonsus Rodriguez. Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez was born in Spain in 1531, of a well-to-do commercial household of Segovia, the third of eleven children. When ... discuss

Pope Francis devoted his morning homily to the fact that Jesus prayed for his apostles and the people he encountered on earth, highlighting that he still prays for us in heaven, reports Catholic News ... discuss

By ELISE HARRIS/CNA | VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis devoted his Oct. 28 homily to the fact that Jesus prayed for his apostles and the people he encountered on earth, and he continues to pr ... discuss

Fr. West and Metropolitan Tikhon in August 2013. Before beginning the North American leg of the From Ocean to Ocean Pilgrimage in Defense of Life, I met with His Beatitude, Metropolitan Tikhon, who le ... discuss

Shawn Carney, Campaign Director, 40 Days for Life: Abortion promises relief ... that for around $500, your worries and fears will go away with a 15-minute surgery. It is sold and encouraged by many ... discuss

28 October, New Testament On the various New Testament lists of the Twelve Apostles (Matthew 10:2-4; Mark 3:16-19; Luke 6:14-16; Acts 1:13), the tenth and eleventh places are occupied by Simon the Zea ... discuss

FROM THE PASTOROctober 27, 2013by Fr. George W. Rutler One of the most joyful songs for entering a church building is Psalm 122: “I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the ... discuss

Reformation Day (Observed)October 27th, 2013Revelation 14:6-7Then I saw another angel flying directly overhead, with an eternal gospel to proclaim to those who dwell on earth, to every nation and trib ... discuss

I’ve avoided blogging this. I’ve hoped and prayed that Abigail Hernandez would be found, safe and sound, and there would be no reason to blog it. I think I’ve said this before (De ... discuss

Shawn Carney, Campaign Director, 40 Days for Life: When you pray outside the abortion center, you're there representing Christ's love and mercy -- to those entering the facility ... to those working t ... discuss

Steve Karlen, our North American outreach director, picked one of the rainiest weeks of the year for visiting the Mid-Atlantic states. But rain is just part of the 40 Days for Life experience. Here is ... discuss

When you pray outside the abortion center, you’re there representing Christ’s love and mercy — to those entering the facility … to those working there … and even the people who ... discuss

 Happy Birthday to me: Celebrating 32 years of precious life by Christina Martin   Today, October 13, 2013 is my 32nd birthday. I’m not the typ ... discuss

The mood at my home church this Easter was anything but joyful. We tried to celebrate, we really did, but it was a success just to hold back the tears. Five days earlier, two much-loved high school se ... discuss

Shawn Carney, Campaign Director, 40 Days for Life:  We live in a society that condones, encourages – even celebrates abortion as a legitimate “choice.”  Even someone you’d least ... discuss

Shawn Carney, Campaign Director, 40 Days for Life: Of the 306 locations conducting 40 Days for Life campaigns right now, 156 of them are holding their vigils outside offices of the number one abortio ... discuss

Remembering Tom Shackleton   Tom was my big brother.   At various times growing up, he saved me from drowning, tried to explain how cars worked, tried to teach me how to box (mostly by teaching ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for October 1 is St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Marie Thérèse Martin was born at Alençon, France on January 2, 1873, the youngest of five daughters. Her father, Louis, was a wa ... discuss

 Rick Santorum’s failure convinced me I’m a winner in the fight aganist abortion by Christina Martin   Earlier this month, I sat in a Denver, C ... discuss

A priest and a bus driver both died and went to Heaven at the same time. They get to the pearly gates where Pope St. Peter greets them. He motions to the priest, and they both hop in a jeep and go out ... discuss

Shawn Carney, Campaign Director, 40 Days for Life:: Today, I speak at the Central California Walk for Life -- an event that 40 Days for Life volunteers helped organize. More than 1,000 people are exp ... discuss

The saint of the day for September 19th, is St. Januarius, bishop and Martyr.St. Januarius is said to have been born in Naples and to have been bishop of Beneventum (just east of Naples), who, with hi ... discuss

Baptist Press: Some of the Christians confessed they never believed the clinic at 4112 29th St. would close. Still others were certain it would happen -- in God's time. For 15 years the coalition of C ... discuss

Now that Mr. Baby is sleeping in five hour stretches, we are trying to rekindle the habit of Date Night. We usually window shop or picnic or something free-ish, but this week a supposedly "good" scary ... discuss

Washington D.C., Sep 18, 2013 / 05:30 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, prayed for the victims of the Washington Navy Yard shooting, saying victims and their fam ... discuss

There is no greater love than this…that a man be willing to lay down his life for his friends. Do you have a love like that living in your heart? It doesn’t mean that you have to be kill ... discuss

I wanted to share a new friend of mine's very powerful story of abortion and redemption. She has been there she has lived it and she is proof that there this is hope after abortion. There is hea ... discuss

Usually people drive to the Norman, OK murder mill (often in very nice cars), but a family from India walked up, having taken the bus from their apartment 5 miles away. The husband is a PhD student in ... discuss

Billy Graham has never been one to shy away from technology when it comes to spreading the Good News.From radio to television to motion pictures, the gospel message has been sent out to far-reaching p ... discuss

Luke 14:1-14Pentecost 15September 1st, 2013Christ the King and Redeemer Lutheran Churches, Racine, WISinful pride.  Selfish, sinful pride.  This is one way of describing what Jesus observed ... discuss

Yesterday was the feast of St. Monica who prayed many years for the conversion of her son, Augustine. Today we celebrate the saint whose conversion and later life of great holiness were the fruit of t ... discuss

By Jean M. HeimannToday, August 28th, is the feast of St. Augustine, a Western Father of the Church whose conversion to Christianity is well-known as one of the most important events in the history of ... discuss

Yesterday, on the Feast of Our Lady Of Czestochowa, Human Life International’s Father Peter West prayed with the traveling icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa outside of two abortion mills in Maryland: ... discuss

Today is the feast of one of my favorite saints, St. Monica. St. Monica a tenacious prayer warrior when it came to her children, particularly Augustine who later became one of the great doctors of th ... discuss

27 August — Transferred from 4 May AD 387 A native of North Africa of Berber descent, Monica was the devoted mother of one of the great theologians of early Christianity. She was born to a ... discuss

August 27 is the feast of St. Monica, one of my favorite saints. Here are ten facts about her that you should know.Monica was born in 332 to Christian parents in Tagaste, northern Africa and her Chris ... discuss

ORLANDO, Florida (www.forerunner.com) — The Florida Board of Medicine has given a “slap on the wrist” to Randall Whitney, an abortionist who was arrested in 2011 and charged with ag ... discuss

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Claire sent this report out to her Facebook friends Saturday and I thought I'd pass it along here too. Neat stuff.I just returned from a breakfast sponsored by Essential Pregnancy Services (EPS).  ... discuss

born in 1214 and became a devout Christian and king of France. He attended Mass often, prayed frequently, was given to charity (as evidenced in the building of a hospital for the poor and blind) and w ... discuss

Here are some practical ways we’ve helped our smaller children learn to pay attention to the worship service: The closer we are to the front, the better our children behave. The fewer toys and o ... discuss

By Christina Martin, Live Action News: “I will set him in the safety for which he longs.” The verse from Psalm 12:5 floated through my mind as hot tears rushed down my cheeks. “Set him in the ... discuss

20 August, Old Testament Samuel was the final Old Testament judge. Besides Deborah and an anonymous man in Judges 6:7-10 first prophet mentioned after Moses, although we could consider some of the oth ... discuss

Tweet This Post    A few years ago a dear friend of mine entered the real life nightmare of a life without her husband.  The love of her life.  The father of her children.  Suddenly gon ... discuss

Tweet This PostI was reading “Our Daily Bread” today. This is a great resource from RBC Ministries that many of our Fleet for Little Feet provide to our clients when sharing Jesus with the men a ... discuss

By Jean M. HeimannToday is the feast day of St. Maximilian Kolbe, one of my favorite saints. A Conventual Franciscan, "St. Max" graciously assisted me during one of the most difficult times in my life ... discuss

From The Center for Vision & Values, Grove City College By Paul G. Kengor Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator. The most important adviser ... discuss

Father Patrick DowlingBeing called the “Missouri Miracle” – a 19-year-old girl survives being hit by a drunk driver and many say it’s thanks to a mystery priest. A community is now searching f ... discuss

We arrived in Haiti on Saturday, July 13th, and went to church on Sunday, July 14th. I took a brief video clip in church so I could remember it. Here it is. Before the earthquake, there was a ... discuss

Until you watch the news footage on the “mystery priest” incident, you don’t really realize how improbable the story is. Rural Catholicism means driving long distances for Mass and reli ... discuss

An Interview with Sidewalk Evangelist John Barros By John Barros What is nicer than seeing police knock down doors and haul out evidence at Orlando Women’s Center abortion mill? The sheriff ... discuss

Tweet This PostAnyone remember when Google first launched Gmail? Early on, the only way to get a Gmail account was to be invited by someone who already had an account. Some people embraced Gmail, ma ... discuss

"And God hath set some in the church, first apostles, secondarily prophets, thirdly teachers, after that miracles, then gifts of healings, helps, governments, diversities of tongues." I Corinthians ... discuss

On Tuesday afternoon, Pope Francis visited the Vatican Grottoes, located below the St. Peter’s Basilica, and prayed in front of the tomb of his predecessor Pope Paul VI. The visit was to commemo ... discuss

From a letter I wrote to my Aunt Caryl Maloney, who died today.Spring 2010Dear Aunt Caryl,Thank you for your letter! And your handwriting is fine, beautiful even. Mine isn't, so you must forgive this ... discuss

On August 5, Feast of Our Lady of the Snow, I led members of my English prayer groups (around 40 people) on a day trip from Cloverdale to Mission. We began with the 9 am Mass @ Precious Blood, followe ... discuss

Today, August 6th, is the feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord. Both the Roman and Eastern Rite Catholics celebrate this feast. The feast commemorates one of the pinnacles of Jesus' earthly l ... discuss

  August 6 is the Feast of the Transfiguration.Our divine Redeemer, being in Galilee about a year before His sacred Passion, took with him St. Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, Sts. James a ... discuss




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