It’s hard to find a more substantial definition of missionary zeal than a 72-year-old French nun serving in a mid-18th-century Potawatomi mission. And that’s exactly what the godly missionary, St. […]
St. Margaret of Scotland (1045-93), the granddaughter of an English king, was born in Hungary due to her father’s exile there as a child. Her early years were spent in […]
Why do we call Pope St. Leo “the Great”? Watch this video from Dr. Taylor Marshall with the Top 10 things to know about him.
Halloween traditions often bring about much debate among Catholics. Are we glorifying evil and dead things? Isn’t it just too scary? Is it a pagan holiday? The simple answer to […]
September 8th is when the Church celebrates the feast of the nativity of the Virgin Mary. Why not tap into this as a great reason to have a party with your family, too?