This year, the Novena of the Immaculate Conception begins on the First Sunday of Advent, the very first day of the new liturgical year. With ominous events of 2020 showing no signs of abatement, it’s comforting to begin the year … Tell me more
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Irondale, Ala., June11 (EWTN) –The EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network is pleased to announce the launch of “Women Made New,” a weekly radio show with Host Crystalina Evert. The show offers advice for women by women on Catholic marriage and … Tell me more
“I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die” (John 11:25-26).
He is risen, Alleluia!
Truly He is risen, Alleluia!
With … Tell me more
We are seeing more and more government restrictions and advisories relative to the novel Coronavirus, a dangerous virus which is new to the world, and against which the human race has no immunity.
Harvard epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch, head of the … Tell me more
December, for most of us, brings back memories of childhood: the growing thrill of expectation as Christmas approaches, and the joy of exultation as presents are exchanged on the big day. All the customs add to the nostalgia: decorating the … Tell me more
Rarely mentioned in some western nations, the Church’s teaching on the social reign of Christ is profound, and highly enriching to those who discover it for the first time. Key to individual and societal tranquility and prosperity, it is easily understandable … Tell me more
This Tuesday is #GivingTuesday. Unlike the post-Thanksgiving retail events of Black Friday, Small-Business Saturday, or Cyber Monday that focus on consumerism, #GivingTuesday has become an annual movement of charitable giving. Only days before the kickoff of the Advent Season, #GivingTuesday … Tell me more
The following article is Part One of Catholic Citizenship’s three-part Introduction to the Natural Law.
The Natural Law is not a theory, but a fact. It is unchanging, even though changes in existing circumstances can affect how we apply it. … Tell me more