Archbishop Smith: Trustworthy

Whom can I trust? This is a crucial question at any time, but especially in periods when things are in flux and uncertain, like the one we are in now with COVID-19. We feel the need to be led, but want to be certain that the person(s) leading us is worthy of our...

Nosferatu, the Spanish Flu and Fatima

By K.V. Turley | At the center of the 1922 film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror are scenes of a plague, which has been visited upon a hitherto prosperous and relatively happy German community. The bringers of that plague are the… Read the Whole Article at its...

Our Best Defense is Sanctifying Grace

By John Clark | The whole world finds itself in a frantic search for a defense against Covid-19. Some recommend such preventative “medicine” as exercise, rest, nutrition, hydration, fresh air, sunlight, vitamins and minerals…. Read the Whole Article at its...

Why you should remember the missions when you miss the sacraments

Washington D.C., Apr 20, 2020 / 04:00 pm (CNA).- Many U.S. Catholics have limited or no access to the sacraments during the coronavirus pandemic, bringing to many parishes a reality faced in other parts of the country on a regular basis. Kevin Day, director of the...

Words of Spiritual Wisdom

In this CM Hangout on Facebook Live, Deanna Bartolini shares words of spiritual wisdom and encouragement from the saints. Read the Whole Article at its Original Source

Why the Easter Season Matters

By Regis Martin | It is only in the light of Easter Sunday that we are free to enjoy the rest of the year. And to see death, not as an implacable enemy against whom we cannot prevail, but as an old and dear friend who, despite… Read the Whole Article at its...

Watch Today’s Mass from EWTN

By Daily Mass | During this time, especially during the Lenten season, we wanted to remind you that EWTN broadcasts the daily Mass live at 8 a.m. Eastern from Our Lady of the Angels Chapel on the EWTN campus in Irondale,… Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Archbishop offers prayers in wake of killing spree in Nova Scotia

With the death toll at 19 and climbing from the largest mass shooting in Canadian history, Halifax-Yarmouth Archbishop Anthony Mancini has offered condolences to the families of those killed in a weekend shooting rampage, particularly the family of RCMP Constable...