BLOG: Kristina Glicksman
Read all about three saints named John whom you may have heard of but probably know little about: John Eudes, John Damascene, and John Cassian. ...read more
How much do you know about St. Ignatius of Loyola? Did you know his name wasn't really Ignatius? And did you know there is another, much older St. Ignatius? ...read more
We probably all know the story about St. Lawrence, who joked with his torturers while being roasted alive. But do you know these other St. Lawrences? ...read more
St. Josemaria Escriva (1902-1975) is best known as the founder of Opus Dei, a Catholic organization of laypeople and priests, which functions on the principle that every single person is called to holiness in their ordinary daily life, wherever God has called them to be. In preparation for his feast day today, we have been ...read more
In 1799, two monks were killed while defending the Eucharist. What can we take from the witness of Eucharistic martyrs to inform our own faith lives? ...read more
Of all the saints that have lived and died in the city of Rome, only St. Philip Neri is called the "Apostle of Rome". What makes him so special? ...read more
"Be Not Afraid" recently toppled Stephen Colbert's interview as our most popular video. What do these two videos reveal about the divide in Catholic art? ...read more
In 1374, St. Catherine of Siena's hometown experienced an outbreak of the bubonic plague. What can we learn from this great saint and her approach to life? ...read more
Read this reflection on Austen Ivereigh's new interview with Pope Francis and how we are called to approach this time of crisis with creativity. ...read more
Pope Francis' new apostolic exhortation, Querida Amazonia, is addressed to the whole world. So what's in it for me? Read this blog to find out. ...read more