"He Descended into Hell"
The fact that Jesus rose from the dead implies that He dwelt with the dead, as their Savior; to deliver the souls of the just that came befo
Now is the Time: Ash Wednesday
Ash Wednesday begins our journey through lent, which mirrors the journey detailed in the book of...
"All Authority in Heaven and On Earth Has Been Given to Me" — 22nd February: The Feast of
On February 22nd the Church celebrates the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter. The word “chair” in this context symbolizes authority, specifica
St Thomas Aquinas: Doctor of the Church and Lowly Servant of Christ
St. Thomas Aquinas is considered to be one of the most brilliant thinkers that the Church has called her own. What was so unique about his t
The Most Holy Name of Jesus
“To those who believe in His name, He gave power to become children of God, who were born, not of blood or of the will of the flesh or of th
16 Great Things About Our Lady of Guadalupe
Today is the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas! Here is a list of 16 Great Things about Our Lady of Guadalupe...
Mary the Dawn, Christ the Perfect Day: The Immaculate Conception
Every year on December 8th, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary: The celebration tha
The Calendar Begins... and it has Nothing to do with Chocolate
The meaning of Advent is two-fold. It comes from the Latin adventus, or “coming,” and refers to the first coming of Jesus into the world...
The End of the Year, Not the Mercy
As we approach the final Sunday of the Year of Mercy I couldn't help but pause for a moment and reflect on how the Lord has touched our live