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.
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.
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.
How do Catholics come to believe that Mary is Queen? This article looks at Jewish customs and traditions we can find in the Bible to answer this question.
We celebrate the dedication of St. Mary Major Basilica on August 5 as a reminder that Jesus is God.
The Gospel of Luke packs so many things in a few verses about the Visitation of Mary to her cousin Elizabeth. This article unpacks it and offers insights and points to reflect on.
The grace from each of the seven sacraments are meant to make us more and more like Christ. In this article we look at how each of the sacraments configures us to Christ.
When read in the proper perspective and in the Traditional lens of how Genesis is read in the Church, we can pick up lessons that help us understand the original design of mankind in light of our fallen nature.
This is the third-part of a series that explains the non-Scriptural scenes in the Passion of the Christ, and their theological messages.