- Mark Pattison
- Nov 30, 2019
If the use of the rosary as a devotion fell off at some point in the past, that’s not the case now, according to Gretchen R. Crowe, Our Sunday Visitor’s editorial director for periodicals.
Do Catholics believe that the Eucharist is truly the body and blood of Christ?
A man describes a miracle at Fatima.
Dome Karukoski shared one critical, albeit sad, boyhood link with J.R.R. Tolkien: being fatherless.
A Catholic singer discusses his conversion to the Church.
A new movie is opening about the power of prayer and faith.
When Lent begins March 6, U.S. Catholics will likely be more than ready for it.
Elaine Pagels, author of the new book “Why Religion? A Personal Story,” has been a religion historian for more than 60 years and expressed appreciation for the guidance of the Cistercian monks in Snowmass, Colo., when tragedy struck her twice in a year’s time.