A Lamb’s Sojourn Analogy of Christian life. Christ the Good Shepherd who always protects his own.
A Risk Worth Taking Braving Hurricane Katrina Thousands of people hastened to highway I-10 to begin a tedious journey out of the path of Hurricane Katrina, soon to put the city of New Orleans under water. John sat indifferent, on his sofa, watching a rerun of his favorite TV series.
That they May Be One The efforts of Pope Benedict XVI to restore Church unity in his two years as Vicar of Christ.
“Did Mary have labor pain in the birth of Jesus?” Many theologians through the ages of Christianity who embrace the dogma of the Immaculate Conception understand that Mary had no sickness, no pain, and even – for some – no death because these aspects of human life were the “punishments” of original sin.
Visitation The visitation is not only a scene of transition; it also marks a major advance in revealing the messiah, who receives for the first time in the Gospel of Luke, the title Lord.
Refreshing water for TV New digital television channels have gone online in Canada and Spain, with visitor traffic exceeding the expectations of the dioceses that started them. The sudden influx of quality Catholic content on television and the Internet has been a refreshing sur
Play Like Your Kids On Friday evening, I took a baby step from "Fencing Mom" (aka: one who watches her son fence) to "Fencer".
Memorial of the Immaculate Heart of Mary The Roman liturgy celebrates the memorial of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary with a special formulary on the Saturday after the second Sunday after Pentecost.
Finding His Way Tommy’s journey has ended. He has reached his destination, his true home, and enjoys the embrace of his Father.