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Pope Saint Damasus and the Martyr’s grave where a church was built
Happy Feast of Mary, Mother of the Church. This is a new feast day, and we are celebrating it for the second time this year.
Happy and Blessed Pentecost!
Let’s savor today the Gift of the Holy Spirit
Today we celebrate the feast of a relatively new Saint, Pope Saint Paul VI.
You can never go wrong when you pray with Mary.
Don’t ever doubt the power of the Gospel and the Holy Spirit!
What image comes to mind when you think about praying? Do you ever leave space for listening when you pray?
The Lord told us that the Church would constantly be suffering in different ways until the end of the world. Let’s pray for our Bishops and for Pope Francis. If one member of our Church suffers, we all suffer.
Today, in many parts of the world, we celebrate the Ascension of Jesus into Heaven!
It’s about 40 days after Easter, and in many parts of the world, the Ascension of Jesus will be celebrated tomorrow.
Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by life, or so hurt by someone that you could never forgive them? I ask that because, today, we celebrate a woman known as the Saint of the Impossible.
Today we honor Mexican martyrs, Saint Christopher Magallanes and his companions.
Do you know what the two most popular names for Babies were last year? What do you think is the most beautiful name you can give a child?
Do you remember who was the last pope, before Pope Benedict XVI, to resign?
Our Pope’s have led the Church in the Truth, often at great cost.
What it means to consecrate yourself, or your family, to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Do you remember your first Holy Communion?
Today we celebrate the feast of a farm worker, Saint Isidore. We want everything in our day to give Glory to God, not just our prayers, but the work we do.
Today is the Feast of an Apostle, but not one of the original twelve. Do you know who it is?
Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima!
Among the saints that the Church honors today are two brothers who were soldiers in the Roman army. Not much is known of them, but one tradition has them baptized by Saint Peter himself. Great things can be accomplished through ...
On this day, over 400 years ago, the Emperor of China did something very unusual for. A priest from Italy had just died, and the Emperor allowed him to be buried right in the capital city. His tomb has survived ...
I invite you join me, on this Mother’s Day, in offering a prayer for all mothers.
Tomorrow, we will honor all of our Mothers. Do you know when we started celebrating Mothers Day?
Today, in honor of this month dedicated to Mary, I would like to share some words from Pope Benedict XVI when he visited the Shrine at Lourdes
Today I would like to share with you some prayers from a special Mass called The Blessed Virgin Mary and the Resurrection of the Lord.
I hope you haven’t forgotten that we are still celebrating Easter!
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Maybe people think this is Mexican Independence Day. It’s not.
Today we celebrate Saint Jose Maria Rubio. His motto was: “Do What God Wants, and want what God does.”
Today is the 4th Sunday of Easter, also known as Good Shepard Sunday
This is the Month of Mary. Let us start this first Saturday of May off with a beautiful homily that honors her.
It’s the Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker!
Have you ever heard of the Battle of Lepanto?
The Church has been through tough times, but Jesus promised that the gates of Hell would not prevail against her.
Jesus Christ is the supreme teacher and no one knows him better than his mother, Mary.
This Easter Season is a time of hope. This is a dark time of uncertainty and we are tempted by despair. In hope, we are saved.
We continue our Easter celebrations today with a story from Gospel of Luke
Today we celebrate the feast of Saint Mark, so today’s reflection will focus on his Gospel
Do you know the motto of the Marine Core? It has a connection to today’s Saint!
Today we honor Saint George, an early church martyr. Ever wonder why he’s often depicted fighting a dragon?
Today many people are celebrating Earth Day
What do you think of when you hear the work, “Mystery”? Some mysteries are beyond human understanding.
One of the themes of Easter is the battle between light and dark
Divine Mercy Sunday
What comes to your mind when you hear the word, “Evangelization”?
Today is one of my favorite Gospels, John Chapter 21. Do you love Jesus as he loves you?
It can be helpful to create a mental picture of the Gospel as you read them.
We break bread with Jesus at every Mass, and we recognize him present in the Holy Eucharist.
The good news of the resurrection must not be stopped. Much like Mary Magdalene, we are called to spread the word.