The process of canonization requires two investigated miracles; Mother Teresa’s miracles took place in the lives of Monica Besra and Marcilio Andrino.
With social distancing and self-quarantines, it's challenging not to succumb to depression and a sense of helplessness. Everett Worthington points to hope.
Much has transpired since my last message on the feast day of St. Joseph—just 13 days ago. The number of people infected in the USA has risen significantly.
I realize that to one extent or another all of you have been affected by the Covid-19 virus; I am praying and offering masses for your needs.
Our Lord’s teaching not to babble may seem at first perplexing—as we know prayer is affected by the use of words and almost by nature is highly repetitive.
Why do some people receive miracles, while others requests for a miracle are denied? Fr. Spitzer answers this very question in an EWTN interview.
The miracle used for St. Padre Pio’s beatification process was the case of Consiglia De Martino, a married woman with three children from Salerno, Italy.
Something about Augustine is timelessly attractive, and for good reason. But what was it exactly that attracted the man, himself? Eternal beauty and logos.
St. Gregory of Nyssa tells the faithful to keep their gaze fixed on Jesus. This instruction provides the fundamental core of what spiritual conversion is.
Though our Divine encounter is not as close as that of the first disciples, it is no less real. We experience it through our parish.