It took tremendous courage to accept the will of God knowing that people would suspect infidelity to her betrothal, and would not believe that her pregnancy was the work of the Holy Spirit.
It is Mothers Day and our hearts and minds turn to the woman who gave us life and showed us the beauty of steadfast love throughout our entire lives…
Pope Francis Tells Faithful, The Crucified, Risen and Ascended Jesus Christ is our Advocate
Today as we contemplate the Passion we also plumb the mystery and meaning of the Church. We are members of His Body.
it occurred to me that Josie prayed with the “words of God”….
The rest of us sailing in the Bark of Peter across the stormy seas of time give our allegiance to our Captain and his crew, (the Magisterium), because we recall that Jesus said to our first Captain, Peter,
July 9, 2012 / MariaNews.com Former U.S. President spearheading women’s health issues in Africa By Catholic Online LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) – While former U.S. President George W. Bush faces some often harsh criticism as commander in chief from those who claim he led the nation into unpopular wars and additional criticism from opponents who claim ...
Consecrating our lives to Jesus through the Blessed Virgin Mary brings us closer to Jesus and the Church. Try to remember asking for Mary’s intercession in your daily prayers.
The Bishop mentioned the case of a man who stopped persecuting the Catholic Church. “After converting to Catholicism he was asked to pray for a paralytic. He did it even though he did not want to; the next day, the paralytic rose and walked towards the church.” The newly converted man was so shocked by this miraculous experience that he started attending mass and “is now a very active member of the parish.” When the Bishop describes miracles that have taken place people in Europe sometimes say: “Hey, bishop, you’re telling tales.” But despite the incredulity he insists, “I am told about many cases of healing which we cannot ignore.” Is this a part of a new missionary age?
One year ago today I delivered my son, a stillborn. For a moment he was placed in my arms quiet, blue, and limp. The midwife and her assistant then took him from me and began CPR. They could not find a pulse. He did not breathe. Following the orders of the on-call neonatologist they stopped working on him so they could call time of death. My little boy, James Fulton, 9lbs and 12oz, had been without a pulse for 61 minutes. Everyone stopped working. And then his heart started.