Post-Pandemic, Not Post-Catholic

by David M. Carollo – In 2020 and 2021, in response to the directives of government officials, businesses and churches were closed to stop the spread of the Covid virus. […]

First Saturday Devotions Take Off

by Barb Ernster – Much attention was given the March 25th consecration of Russia/Ukraine by Pope Francis, with a multitude of bishops, priests and laypeople worldwide joining in. It spurred […]

Messy Rosaries are Blessed Rosaries

by Michaelyn Hein – “Hail Mary, full of grace,” we recited, as our four-year-old dived off the couch to the floor. Not to be outdone, our daughter followed her little […]

The Significance of Fatima’s 13th Day

by Joseph Pronechen – What significance might there be to the way ‘13’ is connected with Fatima? When our Blessed Mother appeared at Fatima, each time happened on the 13th […]

United with Mary for Peace Among the Nations

by David M. Carollo The United States/Canada border was long considered the longest non-border in the world. Traveling from Upstate New York to Michigan, for example, one finds the most […]

St. Dismas, the ‘Good Thief’

by Rev. Matthew R. Mauriello, S.T.L. St. Dismas was one of the two thieves crucified with Jesus, who was canonized by our Lord when he was told, “This day, you […]