The Church teaches us that we each have a guardian angel. This article explains what they are and how we can have a relationship with them.
We ponder why Mary, conceived without sin and remained sinless all her life, had to suffer if suffering is a punishment for sin. The answer is tied to why we celebrate this feast.
We celebrate the Holy name of Mary because it evokes scenes from Scripture: the wedding of Naomi, and the lovers in the Song of Songs.
Since God created the cosmos to show his glory, early Christians have used it speak about Christ and his mother. This article will explore why we call Mary the Morning Star.
Some Catholics know what the Assumption is, and even less know why it is important. This article explains a little bit of what the Assumption is and why it is important to us.
The episode of Samson and the Gate of Gaza is a lesser known story but one that points to Christ.
One of Mary's titles is Mother of the Church. Since she did not give birth to the Church, we should understand why she is given this title.
Most Catholics miss the symbolisms built into the mass. Listed in this article are some of those symbols in words, objects, and gestures.
When Jesus comes calling for Peter after the Resurrection, he goes as a changed man. It is a model we can follow to begin anew with Christ.
The Holy Family is presented to us as the model for every Christian family. This reflection seeks to find out what quality of the Holy Family we are asked to emulate.