Miracle worker: St. Anthony of Padua, Doctor of the Church

Without a doubt, St. Anthony of Padua is one of the world’s most beloved and popular saints. Known for finding lost articles, awe-inspiring miracles, and his love for the poor, his feast is celebrated on June 13.

The miracle that is the Eucharist

On a Corpus Christi Sunday several years ago, the Very Rev. Chris Alar, MIC, declared, "God once in awhile gives a sign, and man did He give a sign!"

Religious Life Can Be Un-bearably Exciting

"A full-grown black bear was looking back at us. He was standing under a tree a mere 30 feet away," Novice Josh recalled, thinking, "Oh, this is not good."

Waters in the desert

"There was something special, something like coming home, in visiting the Mediterranean Sea, the Sea of Galilee, the River Jordan, and the Dead Sea in the Holy Land," says Chris Sparks in the third article on his recent pilgrimage.

The Relics Project

“Would you mind doing a little job tomorrow?" Fr. Jim asked Novice Josh. Little did he know, the task would have a profound impact.

On the road with Our Lady this summer!

Our country is home to some truly beautiful shrines, churches, and places of prayer specially dedicated to Our Lady. And yet we shouldn’t let this spiritual wealth continue to go unexplored, unvisited.

Two Hearts, Side by Side

There's a good reason why the Feasts of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (June 16) and the Immaculate Heart of Mary (June 17) are celebrated next to each other.

Feast of the Visitation, May 31

According to the Marian Founder, Mary, the Mother of God, gives us an example at the Visitation of how we ought to strive for perfection. 

Mary, Mother of Christ, Mother of the Church

Mary is the Mother of the Church, of all the members of the Body of Christ — and she is mighty to help us. We honor her on the Monday after Pentecost, May 29.