BLOG: Kristina Glicksman
In this Sunday's reading, we see a very human Holy Family. Let's take some encouragement from that and allow our own families to be human, too. more
Last month, Pope Francis announced his intention to declare St. Irenaeus of Lyons a Doctor of the Church. Who was he, and why is he so important? more
Gregor Mendel is known among scientists as the "father of genetics". But he was also a Catholic priest and an Augustinian friar. more
A hero on and off the battlefield, Fr. Emil Kapaun gave his life in service of others. Could he be America’s next saint? more
Need some suggestions for how to celebrate the feast of St. Joseph in the Year of St. Joseph? Here are 7 helpful resources. more
What does it mean to be baptized? Kristina Glicksman reflects on how our baptism is both a gift and a calling. more
Renowned British composer, John Rutter, has written a new carol, the perfect Christmas gift for a COVID-weary world and a fitting tribute to St. Joseph. more
The Vatican has announced that Dec. 8, 2020 - Dec. 8, 2021 will be a year dedicated to St. Joseph. Find out the details here. more
Here are three more saints named John. Can you tell them apart? Read about St. John the martyr, St. John Leonardi, and St. John of Capistrano. more
St. Francis of Assisi is famous for his love for all God's creatures. But do you know these other stories of saints who befriended animals? more