“Water that Slakes All Thirst and Becomes An Inexhaustible Source in the Heart of One Who Drinks It”
During Angelus, Prays for the Healing of Wounds, Consolation of Families
“To Show His Disciples His Glory” and “To Indicate Where the Cross Leads To”
5-Day Retreat Ended With Mass Friday Morning
Silence, Anointing and the Two Loves
Archbishop Says Syrians Seek Survival, Not Freedom, Cites UNESCO Estimate That More Than 3 Million Syrian Children Are Unable to Attend School
Fr. Michelini Is Delivering Reflections to Pontiff and Roman Curia
Reminds Faithful in St. Peter’s Square that God’s Word Is Sure Way to Defeat Satan
‘It is necessary to draw confidence from the Bible: to read it often, meditate on it and assimilate it’
The Way of Prayer: A Commentary on Saint Teresa’s Way of Perfection and The Holy Spirit, Fire of Divine Love.
“The Word Is a Gift. The Other Is a Gift”
Archbishop of Washington Cardinal Wuerl Says: ‘To make a good start this year, and to make sure that we stay on the path of goodness and authentic happiness, we want to look to and follow our guiding star Mary’
Archbishop of Washington Cardinal Wuerl Says: ‘It is God’s love for us that is the example and guiding force of what our love for others should be’
Archbishop of Washington Cardinal Wuerl Says: ‘We must not only do the good, we must have the will and intention of choosing the right thing’
Archbishop of Washington Cardinal Wuerl Says: ‘The more young people are exposed to young religious, simply seeing them present in the world and meeting them and getting to know them personally, the more these encounters will blossom into new religious vocations’
5-Day Retreat Ended With Mass This Morning
Fr. Ermes Ronchi to Deliver Reflections on Questions in Gospels to Pontiff and Roman Curia
Major Penitentiary speaks with ZENIT about this season of grace
Local Customs Affect the Rules
Explains That St. Paul’s Call Is Supplication More Than Suggestion
“He knows how much we need forgiveness, He knows that we must feel loved to do good”
And More on Commemorations
Lent is a time for all of us, Catholics as well as all Christians, to repent and to seek to live that which we preach.
The Vatican’s “24 Hours for the Lord initiative will take place on March 13th and 14th.
A new ad campaign from Catholics Come Home will reach millions during the Lenten season.
Lent is a Time to Learn From History Even When the World Wants to Forget It
At Seminar on Lent, Palestinian Archbishop Reflects on How God’s Love Continues to Triumph
Carmelite Priest to Deliver Reflections to Pontiff and Roman Curia