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Gratitude is a beautiful quality. It draws our attention to the purpose of our existence — God himself. Gratitude is the state of being really thankful for all that God has given us and having a real willingness to return the kindness and love we are experiencing in our lives.
Interested in St. Elizabeth of Hungary? Read on to find out a little bit about her life!
As the year draws to a close and the holiday season begins, we take a moment to stop and wonder, what comes next?
Despite sharing a name with Judas, St. Jude brings hope to even the most despairing
On August 15, the Church celebrates what we know as the Fourth Glorious Mystery.
Why does our Lord reprimand Martha for being busy? His greatest desire is to spend personal time with us … what we call prayer.
The Sacred Heart of Jesus is a glimpse into the heart of God because Jesus taught us that when we see Him, we see the Father.
There is a special closeness and perspective that our friendship with the Saints can bring to us. God delights in this exchange of spiritual goods.
Of the three persons of the Blessed Trinity, it is the Holy Spirit who is hardest to grasp, who is ethereal and more elusive, and harder to grasp.
This is the faith that she passed to my mother, who in turn passed it on to me. And so goes the chain of faith, like the chain of the rosary that links our souls to God. Faithful pilgrims on the journey know that the road of life can be rough, yet what tender links of gospel love we finger upon each bead. A grateful heart I lift to God for the witness of my grandmother’s rosary.