There is a funny term in the Catholic world for when a saint seems to be constantly interceding for you and a series of coincidences involving the saint seem to keep happening: Saint stalked. This is the incredible story of how St. Gemma, whom I did not know at the time, first made her intercession known,… Continue reading Our Incredible Story of a Saints Intercession
Mother’s Day is in two days. Whether you have always been a procrastinator with gifts or you have a good explanation for coming to the game late this year, we’ve got you covered. Here are five ideas of gifts to give to the Catholic mama in your life. 1. Give her a spiritual bouquet. A… Continue reading 5 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for Your Catholic Mama
This is a short video describing a little bit of a my journey to this point.
In Gaudium et Spes: The Pastoral Constitution in the Modern World, Pope Paul VI asks a fundamental question: “…what is man?” As Paul VI notes, it is the confusion surrounding man’s identity which leads to an existential anxiety where the most fundamental aspect of man, his identity, is in question. Thus, it is crucial that… Continue reading What is Man? Finding Your Identity in Christ
The Virgin Mary only appears in the Gospel of John twice. One might be tempted to believe that the limited appearances of the mother of Jesus indicates a lack of importance in the theological import of John’s gospel as it pertains to Mary, but this is not so. John’s gospel must be read with attention… Continue reading Behold Your Mother