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Archbishop Fulton Sheen provides insights on how we can participate during mass, and not be just mere spectators.
What to do on Sundays to Keep the Lord's Day if your bishop dispensed your diocese from the Sunday obligation
Three things you can do on Sundays when you cannot go to mass.
There's an obscure but old custom of chalking doors on the Feat of the Epiphany. What is it, why do it, and how does one go about doing it?
There are several lessons we can learn from the Visit of the Magi. This article reflects on how these apply to our relationship with God.
When read in the Catholic context, the Annunciation story has deep meaning when connected to Scripture and doctrine.
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.
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.
During mass we say or sing Hosanna in the Highest. The word Hosanna comes from one of the Psalms, which is reminiscent of Christ's entry into Jerusalem. We say it during mass because he is about to enter into our midst when the bread becomes his body...