Catholic Classroom: Is anyone from the Old Testament a saint?
Posted by Erin Butler on 05/25/2018
Question: Is anyone from the Old Testament a saint?

The Church canonizes individuals who have lived lives of heroic virtue, followed Jesus, and are now in heaven. But what about the holy men and women of the Old Testament? Are they in heaven, and can we look to their example?

Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 05/25/2018

Before you head to the beach or fire up the grill this Memorial Day, I encourage you to take a few moments to ponder the sacrifices made by the many men and women who have served our country in the military. On this day, we remember and pray for these souls who died so that we may live in freedom.

A woman sits on a bench alone in the rain. Text: by Jay Fadden
Posted by Erin Butler on 05/23/2018

Catholic Classroom: Why is Mary the Mother of the Church?
Posted by Erin Butler on 05/21/2018
Question: Why is Mary the Mother of the Church?

An altar piece of a dove. Text: by Erin Butler
Posted by Erin Butler on 05/18/2018

When we receive the sacrament of Confirmation, each of us is blessed to receive the sanctifying gifts of the Holy Spirit:

Girls play basketball on a court. Text: by Jay Fadden
Posted by Erin Butler on 05/16/2018

Catholic Classroom: Why Do All the Marian Apparitions Look Different?
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 05/14/2018
Question: Why Do All the Marian Apparitions Look Different?

Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 05/11/2018

Man with hands up in the air. Text: by Jay Fadden
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 05/9/2018

I have the bad habit of procrastinating. Why do something today when you can put it off until tomorrow? Like many, I would always say I would do something later or tomorrow. Well, tomorrow would turn into two days later, then a week, until what I was going to do slipped my mind completely and it was forgotten.

Catholic Classroom: What is meant by the perpetual virginity of Mary?
Posted by Erin Butler on 05/7/2018
Question: What is meant by the perpetual virginity of Mary?

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