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Have you ever seen a miracle, or the results of one? You can see one in Golden, CO, just outside of Denver.
Today we celebrate Saint Josaphat
Happy Veterans Day and Feast of Saint Martin of Tours
The readings at Mass today invite us to think about Heaven
Do you know what a Cathedral is? There might be more the meaning then you know!
When you were a child, did you ever throw a temper tantrum? Saint Elizabeth, who we remember today, sure did!
November is dedicated to praying for those who have died. Father Kubicki reflects on how prayers can help those in purgatory find the Light of Christ.
Tough question for you today: Do you think that when you come to the end of your life that you’re going to be perfect?
Do you believe in Heaven? Do you believe in Hell? What about purgatory?
Tough times often make great saints. It was true hundreds of years ago, and it’s true still today.
The gospel story of a tax collector named Zacchaeus
Today is All Souls Day, a day when we pray for all those who have died
Happy and Blessed Feast of All Saints!
Happy All Hallows Eve! Why do we celebrate this? Listen now to find out!
Today we celebrate the Feast of Brother Dominic Collins
As well as the Holy Rosary, October is dedicated to the Missions. Do you know what it means to be a Missionary?
There is only one Cathedral in the USA dedicated to Saints Simon and Jude. Do you know where that is?
Do you know all the virtues? There’s one that’s so important, that without it the others do not work.
Father Kubicki shares a special story about his own mom and how she passed her faith onto him and his sisters
Today we celebrate Saint Luigi Guanella, who developed two communities to serve the developmentally disabled, the abandoned, and the poor.
How did Jesus respond to the question, “What is the greatest Commandment?”
Today we celebrate Saint John Capistrano
Today is the Feast of St. John Paul II and his favorite prayer was the Rosary
Father Kubicki reflects on Pope Paul VI’s letter to the Church, “On Prayers for Peace During October”
How to pray always without becoming weary
There are two Shrines built to honor the saints we celebrate today, The Jesuit Martyr’s of North America.
Today is the Feast of St. Luke, the Patron Saint of Doctors
Today we celebrate St. Ignatius of Antioch
Today is the Feast of St. Margaret Mary
Today we honor St. Teresa of Avila
Today’s saint is a good example of why we shouldn’t hold youthful mistakes against others.
Father Kubicki shares some of Pope Francis’ thoughts on today’s Mass readings.
This entire month of October is dedicated to the Rosary. Today, Father Kubicki shares some thoughts from Saint John Paul II on how to pray the Rosary in a better and more peaceful way.
Today is the anniversary of the beginning of the 2nd Vatican Council in the year 1962
Do you know what Pope Saint John Paul II’s favorite prayer is?
Today’s Saint isn’t very well known, but in the 16th Century he played a very important role in children’s education. Let’s pray for, and support, Catholic Education.
The Great Peshtigo Fire happened on this day in 1871. It was a terrible and tragic event, and yet, a miracle occurred that day.
Today we honor the Blessed Virgin Mary under the title Our Lady of the Rosary
The readings we have at Mass today are about faith. Prayer and Faith go together. Without faith, prayer becomes empty words.
Do you know where the the Chaplet of Divine Mercy came from?
Today is the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi. Father Kubicki shares one of the stories about him in today’s Prayer Reflection.
One of the best known and loved saints of all times is celebrated tomorrow, St. Francis of Assisi. Tonight, in many places, people will gather to celebrate his passing.
Do you remember the first prayer you memorized as a child?
Today is the Feast Day of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, also known as the Little Flower
Do you know who for the four great Western or Latin Doctors of the Church are? Their writings still speak to us.
Today’s Gospel about the rich man and the poor man is especially powerful.
Have you ever heard of “The Most Improbable of Saints”? Today, we celebrate Saint San Lorenzo Ruiz, and his story of faith and courage is one for the ages.
Today we celebrate Saint Vincent De Paul, the patron saint of charitable societies
Today is the Feast Day of Saint Cosmas and Damian, the Patron Saints of Healthcare Workers
Do you have faith? The answer to that may seem pretty obvious, but what exactly is “Faith”?