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by Courtney Mares Vatican City, Jun 1, 2021 / 10:00 am Pope Francis has asked people to pray throughout June for young people preparing for the life-long journey of marriage. “Getting married and sharing one’s life is something beautiful,” Pope Francis said in a video message published June 1. “It …

Jesus Christ may have saved us from our sins, but that doesn’t mean he’s above a little joking! Jim Gaffigan is a standup comedian who likes to imagine humorous scenarios involving faith, and these two priests find it pretty funny!

Many parents these days are taking the “wait and see” approach with religion, not having their children baptized and letting them decide when they’re older.

Many have been away from the Church for a while. Maybe it’s time to come back.

The Ten Commandments tell us to “honor thy mother and father”, but what does that really look like? Especially for adult children?

The Catholic Church loves questions, but are we asking them for the right reasons? One of our Doctors of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas, is known for asking the hardest questions we have for our faith. His summa is a book full of them, and some of the greatest saints …

Father Mike Schmitz looks at the key to a happy death is not a long and fulfilled life—it’s a life of gratitude for the time given.

Join the faithful on a virtual pilgrimage of the Stations of the Cross in Israel on the Via Dolorosa.

Fr. Mike Schmitz has advice for you. He points out that preparing for a good confession starts when we recognize that being a “good person” in our own eyes is not enough—we are called to holiness, which is something much greater.

Confession is by its very nature a secret rite. Sometimes, this leads to many misunderstandings and questions. Fr. Casey is here to clear up any questions you have.