Pope Francis will visit the US this week. This marks his first visit to the US since his papacy began in 2013. He will visit the White House, address Congress, attend the World Meeting on Families, and immerse himself in a spectrum of other engagements. When the details of his visit became public, the rarity […]
Since you obviously won’t be visiting the Vatican, perhaps you are thinking of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception instead. Not so fast, my friend: 1. The doors are really heavy 2. There’s nowhere to sit 3. You might get lost looking at one of the 100+ side altars 4.
Now that Father Robert Barron is Bishop Robert Barrron, let’s review this list again… 1. Word on Fire Word on Fire serves as a global media ministry with dozens of formats including DVDs, study programs, videos, homilies, and books. Fr. Barron founded this ministry and assures us he plans to continue Word on Fire in
Haven’t read Laudato Si’ yet and need a little kick to get going? Or just want to read it again? Play Laudato Si’ BINGO as you read. See you how quick you can score a B-I-N-G-O: Or use our printer-friendly version: And while you are in an encyclical kind of mood, be sure to also
Starting spring semester this week like me? This one is for you. Here’s ten dead giveaways you’re a Catholic college student. 1. You planned your spring schedule to easily accommodate March for Life: 2. The doodles next to your notebook look like this: 3. You procrastinate on masstimes: 4. The list of books you ordered for this
Bringing a friend to mass for the first time can intimidate even the most confident evangelists. You try to quickly brief them before mass begins, “Oh yeah, we’ll listen to some readings from the Bible and then we will move onto the second part and draw in some stuff from the Last Supper…you know, pretty