Saints Who Raised the Dead True Stories of 400 Resurrection Miracles

"Saints Who Raised the Dead". Stories from the lives of St. Francis Xavier, St. Patrick, St. John Bosco, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, St....

Purgatory The Two Catholic Views of Purgatory Based on Catholic Teaching and Revelations of Saintly Souls

Is Purgatory almost like Hell? Or is it a place of peace and even joy? The famous Fr. William Faber explains both of these classic Catholic views of Purgatory, basing his...

25 Ways to Crush the Serpent

From the very first pages of Scripture, we see the presence of the evil one, working his malice to separate man from God. In imitation of Christ, we all must contend against the...

Inside the Light Understanding the Message of Fatima

“We stopped, astounded, before the apparition. We were so close that we were inside the light which surrounded her, or rather, which radiated from her.” —Lucia de JesusThere...

St. Joseph, Fatima and Fatherhood: Reflections on the “Miracle of the Sun”

On October 13, 1917, just before the great "Miracle of the Sun" was manifested to some 70,000 spectators at Fatima, Portugal, there appeared to the three child-visionaries an...

The Dark Night of the Soul

In Dark Night of the Soul, Saint John of the Cross presents for us a portrait painted from his own experience of one who advances successfully through the struggles of the...

Walk With Jesus: Stations of the Cross

From the best-selling author of The Return of the Prodigal Son, essential listening for Catholics and all spiritual seekers.These meditations by beloved author Henri Nouwen invite...

The Marian Option God's Solution to a Civilization in Crisis

“How can we save civilization?” It’s becoming a common question. As the world descends into chaos, Christians are thinking deeply about how to stem the tide. Many options...

Theology of Home II The Spiritual Art of Homemaking

In this second installment of Theology of Home, Carrie Gress and Noelle Mering turn their attention from the home itself to the art of homemaking.Though there has been a...

The Enemies of Salvation The Flesh, the World, and the Devil

“Since the religious revolution of the sixteenth century, to no man has the Catholic Church in Scotland been so much indebted as to Bishop Hay. He is pre-eminently her bishop of...

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