Fatima is a wonderful place where we are drawn into the heart of Our Lady and there made her true children filled with her own life.
The Motherhood of the Blessed Virgin in terms of it having a “certain infinite dignity” indicates just how astounding the Divine Maternity is, since it required Mary to be spiritually exalted to such an incredible degree that she became fitted to bear the Incarnate Son of God.
God’s voice dropped upon me like a sudden ton of bricks. ‘You cannot become a saint at the expense of other people,’ I heard.
by Elizabeth Turello – As a kid, I remember always lingering on St. Stephen’s page in my book about the lives of the saints. In part, it had to do with the brutal means of his death; my little mind had a hard time comprehending the notion of being stoned. He was also the protomartyr, […]
by David M. Carollo – The Fatima message was explained many years ago as reparation, reparation, Eucharistic reparation! We are all broken by the effects of Original Sin, and more directly by actual sin. The message of our Catholic Faith is to make reparation as Christ did. St. Paul stated that we must make up for […]
The Great Advent Antiphons, or ‘O Antiphons’, from the 6th century, are chants that call upon the titles given to Christ by the ancient prophets.
We are saddened to report on the death of our long time National Coordinator, Deacon Robert Ellis, who passed away on December 12, the feast of Our Lady Guadalupe, after a hard-fought battle with cancer this past year. Despite his sufferings, he continued working as long as he could, while undergoing treatments. His dedication to […]
by Donal Anthony Foley – Every year during Advent, on Dec. 8, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, one of the most prominent Marian feasts in the Church’s liturgical year. This celebration centers on the principle that Our Lady, from the very first moment of her existence, was free from original sin. Whereas […]
by David M. Carollo – Thanksgiving calls us to embrace the meaning of the day—gratitude. The holiday itself was founded for this purpose. The 1779 Congressional Thanksgiving Proclamation states that this day is “to be a day of public and solemn thanksgiving to Almighty God for His mercies, and of prayer for the continuance of […]
by Thomas Ross – The Brown Scapular is truly a powerful sacramental and wonderful “sign of our predestination.” It is a visible witness to others who see it, but more importantly, a physical reminder to us who wear it that we want and intend to do what is necessary to go to heaven. At Fatima, […]