When my husband and I first met Alex in our adoption process, we realized quickly that in addition to his physical disabilities, he also was quite developmentally delayed. He could talk […]
God, who is perfect and loves us unconditionally, offers us mercy all the time—and expects us to do the same for others.
Prayer and symbolism come together in one of the most familiar gestures of our faith: the Sign of the Cross. Its simplicity makes it accessible for even the youngest members […]
St. John Chrysostom is a Doctor of the Church who lived from about 347-407. He was one of the Catholic Faith’s great theogologians. St. John was such a good preacher […]
The Rule of St. Benedict may be 1,500 years old and written for vowed religious, but it’s surprisingly full of good advice for today’s Catholic family as well. Here are four “rules” that every family might adopt.