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Marco Panuccio presents O Holy Night, live broadcast from the Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in Chains in Cincinnati

When was the last time you told God “thank you”? We live in an extremely hectic world, full of distractions, complaining, and longing for things we don’t have. And while it can be good to look at the things we do have and count up our blessings, how often do …

Have you ever felt like God really wanted you to do something, but you just weren’t ready for it? Maybe it’s a big life change, a relationship, or a vocation, but there’s something holding you back from saying yes to God’s call.

The Catholic Church has a lot of money and real estate. Why doesn’t it sell it all and give to the poor? Check out Father Casey’s thoughts!

Father Mike introduces us to the virtue that makes other virtues excellent: magnanimity. If someone asked you what the most essential virtues are, you might say humility, faith, hope, or love. But have you ever heard of the virtue of magnanimity? What this virtue does is it magnifies—or makes greater—other …

Is it just us, or does the world seem a bit divided right now? Human beings were not only created with a unique purpose, but also created to live in community. However, there are two things that can disrupt this call: division and distraction. Why these two? Well, distractions are …

The devotion to Our Lady of the Rosary has a very dramatic origin. On October 7, 1571, a small Christian fleet of ships went out to battle the massive Muslim fleet that was dominating the Mediterranean Sea and stood poised to invade Europe. In miraculous fashion, the Christian fleet destroyed …

EWTN Beatification of Carlo Acutis LIVE! The beatification of Carlo Acutis, Saturday, October 10 10:30 a.m. Carlo Acutis to be beatified Saturday. He is known as the “cyberapostle of the Eucharist”

PDF version of click  Fratelli Tutti Shadows over the closed world (Ch. 1) are spreading everywhere, leaving injured people by the roadside, cast out and discarded. The shadows plunge humanity into confusion, loneliness, and desolation. When we come upon ​an injured stranger on the road (Ch. 2), we can assume …