Knots are the struggles in our daily lives that separate us from God, and praying to the Blessed Mother has brought solace to many souls, especially through the powerful devotion of Mary, Undoer of Knots, also known as Our Lady, Untier of Knots.
The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection, also known as The Resurrection of the Christ, is the sequel to Mel Gibson’s 2004 blockbuster film The Passion of the Christ. The film explores the miraculous and dramatic events that occurred in the three days between the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and His resurrection, as described in the New … Continue Reading »
I’ve worn a Miraculous Medal for more than 15 years. I wear it religiously, pun intended. If you’re not of the Catholic persuasion, you might be thinking “Why?” And if you’re a 7 year old boy who is not of the Catholic persuasion, you might be thinking “Why do you wear a medal with a … Continue Reading »
Known for his deep faith and his gentle approach to the religious divisions in his land resulting from the Protestant Reformation, St. Francis De Sales was a Bishop and a Doctor of the Church. Hi patronage include bakers, writers and journalists, the deaf and educators. During his years as bishop, de Sales acquired a reputation as a … Continue Reading »
Our friends at Stella Mar Films just released this new video of their trip to Haiti with actor Gerard Butler and the charity Mary’s Meals. Watch Gerard direct a Nativity Play at a school where children are fed daily by Mary’s Meals in this video. “It was way more than charming,” Gerard said in our interview after the … Continue Reading »
Today, we are celebrating a brand new Feast Day. Mary, Mother of the Church was decreed by Pope Francis to be celebrated every year the Monday after Pentecost. Pope John Paul II said that the title indicates the Blessed Virgin Mary’s maternity of Christ’s faithful, similar to her maternity of Christ in that “Mary is present in … Continue Reading »
St. Perpetua kept a diary during her last days, while she awaited her execution. Her diary, along with an eyewitness’s account of her death, is one of the oldest, most reliable histories of a martyr’s sufferings. This account was passed down to encourage otherChristians to witness to the world with their lives—to teach others that … Continue Reading »
The Bible and Lent If you are one of the smart ones, you may object to Lent by saying that it is not mentioned anywhere in the Bible. If you did say that, you’d actually be right. The word Lent never appears in holy scripture. But neither does “Christmas” or “Easter”, so settle down. What we … Continue Reading »