Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, a day when Catholics are marked with ashes on their foreheads. Symbolizing the dust that man was created from...
Lent

Lent

During the prayerful and penitential season of Lent, Catholics imitate Jesus’ 40 days in the desert through prayer, fasting, self-denial, almsgiving, and other good...
Catholic Bishops

Catholic Bishops

Today’s Catholic bishops are successors to the original Apostles chosen by Jesus. From the Cathedral that holds the special chair of the bishop, he...
Saints

Saints

Even though they lived during different times and in different places, saints are examples of how to live the Gospel for all Catholics. Their...
Amen

Amen

Amen is a Hebrew word that indicates the strengthening or confirmation of a statement. It means “so be it” or “absolutely”. Jesus often stressed...
Mary Mother of God

Mary, Mother of God

Mary is the Mother of God. One of the oldest and most common titles for Mary is Theotokos, which means “the God-bearer” in Greek. ...
The Gospels

The Gospels

The Gospel of Jesus Christ proclaims the good news that God loves man unconditionally and He sent his only Son to suffer and die...