Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 02/10/2016
From 'Slavery Still Exists'   Modern Slavery
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 07/22/2015
It's scientific

Nope, Natural Family Planning isn't just the "rhythm method". It's not based on guess work that assumes all women's cycles are the same. Depending on which method you use (Base Body Temp method, Ovulation method, Sympto-Thermal method) NFP is based on some combination of charting body temperatures and cervical mucus. It's a system based on measurements and data tracking.

A miniature crown of thorns forms the shadow of a heart on the Bible
Posted by Erin Butler on 02/23/2018

Posted by Erin Butler on 07/28/2017

One of the unique things about Catholicism is its rich history of spiritual traditions. All our beliefs and traditions, as Catholics, are rooted in Jesus Christ. But, as we are distinct members of his Body, different kinds of spirituality have developed to help lead all people, with diverse talents and ways of life, to God. One of the most well-known traditions is Ignatian spirituality, which was developed by St.

Posted by Erin Butler on 10/24/2016

The Rosary is a powerful prayer that invites us to meditate on the mysteries of our faith. Reciting this prayer earnestly and often is a popular devotion among the faithful. Our Lady herself has reminded us to pray the Rosary frequently: Our Lady of Fatima told Sister Lucia de Jesus dos Santos, “Continue to pray the Rosary every day.”

Posted by Erin Butler on 06/16/2017

St. Joseph has long been seen as a role model for husbands and fathers. This is surprising for some people to learn. After all, Jesus’ true father is God the Father, and Joseph served as His foster father during His earthly ministry. Yet, despite Joseph’s unconventional fatherhood, this holy man proved to be the best role model that husbands and fathers could ask for.

Posted by Erin Butler on 09/1/2017

Going back to school for a new academic year can be exciting, nerve-wracking, or something you dread—or a little bit of each. Whether you are a teacher or a student, or you just want to pray for those involved in education, try praying to these 6 saints who were devoted to teaching and learning.

Saint John Bosco
Posted by Erin Butler on 02/2/2018

As we wrap up Catholic Schools Week, we’d like to highlight some of the saints who have had the biggest impact on Catholic education. These 6 individuals were fiercely dedicated to accessible education for all people, especially those who were most needy. The following saints (and one blessed) were wonderful examples of using their God-given gifts to reach out to all of God’s children.

A person holds the Bible open to the Psalms
Posted by Erin Butler on 02/16/2018

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