- Jul 24, 2021
The Museum of Family Prayer in North Easton is now accepting entries for its second annual Mary Garden Contest.
“We entrust into the hands of the Blessed Virgin Mary the people touched by the pandemic and in particular for all world leaders and for heads of international organizations, that she may entrust them to her Son,” Cardinal Wilton Gregory said. “May He hear and grant our petitions.”
How are we to find peace in the midst of a changing world? In her liturgical year, the Church provides us with two power-punch answers, namely, the witness and intercession of Mary and Joseph.
Michael Pakaluk’s new book is “Mary’s Voice in the Gospel According to John: A New Translation with Commentary.” He spoke to Crux.
The celebration of Labor Day this weekend reminds us of the blessing of being able to work, as well as to receive the benefits of the work of others.
VATICAN CITY — Even while enjoying a summer break, people should not forget those who are suffering because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis said Aug. 16 after reciting the Angelus prayer with visitors in St. Peter’s Square. The pope’s call for prayers for those who have lost their jobs
Pope Francis has a classically Latin American passion for the Madonna and for popular devotions to her that express the souls of so many cultures on his home continent.
As her adult children, we tried to list all the things mom usually does around the house, for our family, and within the extended family and broader community. As we were composing the list, we were shocked at how much mom gets done. Three adult children could barely cover what one older woman knocks out in a week.