The Faith, the Family, the Future, Father Patrick O’Connor: On Friday morning, September 10th, 1937, I came face to face with a miracle. The meeting place was a bustling railway station in France. There was no mistaking the miracle, as … Continue reading
Although we do not celebrate Our Lady’s dormition or death as a liturgical feast day with a Mass, the Catholic Church has, from the earliest times, celebrated her glorious Assumption into Heaven, body and soul, on August 15. As of … Continue reading
July 16 is the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the Brown Scapular. ATX Catholic, Guadalupe Rodriguez: Blessed Isidore Bakanja is the first martyr of the Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel whose feast we celebrate … Continue reading
The Remnant: Last week President Trump received a scapular and a lesson on Fatima from Edward Baza Calvo, governor of Guam since 2011. Report is here.
Not sure what to think of this. In any event, the intentions of the Filipinos were good. And these scuba divers are like little children embracing their Mother, beautiful Watch the video. ChurchPop: In the video below, you see something pretty … Continue reading
ChurchPop: Famous opera singer Andrea Bocelli recently performed at the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary in Fatima, Portugal, as part of an on-going celebration of the 100th anniversary of the apparitions there. See here.
CNA: As infants, Monica and Cristian Moya were hovering on the verge of death. But after their mother consecrated them to the Virgin Mary, they recovered from a severe case of pneumonia. Story is here.
I am reading Part One (of three parts) of The Wondrous Childhood of the Most Holy Mother of God by Saint John Eudes. It is a masterpiece of filial devotion to the Mother of God, reflecting on her holy childhood, … Continue reading
Catholic Exchange, Fr Donald Calloway, MIC: The Servant of God Frank Duff (1889-1980) was born into a wealthy family in Dublin, Ireland, in 1889. During his youth, he was hit in the ear by a cricket ball; consequently, his hearing … Continue reading
Marge Fenelon: They call her La Negrita, or the Black Madonna, and she’s the Patron Saint of Costa Rica. In many ways, you might call her a “real doll.” In 1635, a young Tico, or native, girl looking for firewood in the … Continue reading
Aleteia, Cynthia Dermody: : Federick Yap was born and raised by his single mother in the Philippines, where he was baptized Catholic and attended Catholic school — but he never really considered himself very devout, nor did he have a … Continue reading
One would think that all Egypt would have been converted to the Catholic Faith upon a million people in 1968 having viewed this apparition, an apparition of Mary repeated many times (even the Moslem President at the time. Abdel Nasser … Continue reading
piercedhearts.org: “IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. These words fell from the lips of the Immaculata herself. Hence, they must tell us in the most precise and essential manner who she really is. Since human words are incapable of expressing divine realities, it follows that these … Continue reading
First Things, Alexei Sargeant: hen I was learning about Catholicism, as an Anglican in the process of converting, Mary was a sticking point. Yes, of course Jesus’s mother was “full of grace,” as the angel had said, and therefore worthy … Continue reading
Community in Mission, Msgr. Charles Pope: On at least two different occasions, Sr. Lucia gave the following instruction to the crowd at Fatima: “Close your umbrellas. Our Lady is coming!” In the pictures of the throngs gathered on the 13th of … Continue reading