How Saint Jude Hospital Began

How Saint Jude Hospital Began More than 70 years ago, Danny Thomas, then a struggling young entertainer with a baby on the way, visited a Detroit church and was so moved during the Mass, he placed his last $7 in the collection box. When he realized what he’d done, Danny prayed for a way to … [Read more…]

Two Popes, One Teaching

Two Popes, One Teaching by Paul Kengor Note the narrative: These media sources portray Benedict’s views on abortion, same-sex “marriage” and homosexuality as completely contrary to Francis in belief and tone. In truth, they’re fully in sync. Francis has been remarkably consistent in opposing abortion, same-sex “marriage” and homosexuality. Sure, he has talked about not … [Read more…]

Things a Catholic Should Have in Their Home

Things a Catholic Should Have in Their Home By Will Wright There are no limits to the many wonderful things that a Catholic could have in their home. This list is simply seven suggestions of things that Catholics should have in their homes, with a brief explanation or reflection. Enjoy! A Crucifix The symbol of … [Read more…]

“It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.”

No Matter When You Look at Your Clock, Some Priest is Offering Mass  By Celeste Behe   St. Pio of Pietrelcina said: “It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do so without the Holy Mass.” “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere,” is a popular saying on party flags and bar … [Read more…]