2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThis Miraculous Novena of Grace was revealed by St. Francis Xavier, the cofounder of the Jesuits.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIn the Second Week of Advent, we ask Christ to move us to action, so that we can prepare ourselves for His coming at Christmas.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIs the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary a Holy Day of Obligation? Find out here!
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZFind the date and day of the week for Saint Nicholas Day for this year, previous years, and future years.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIn this reading from the Prophet Isaiah, the Lord explains that fasting that does not lead to works of charity does us no good.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIn this reading from the book of Isaiah, the Lord calls on the inhabitants of Jerusalem to mourn for their past sins, yet they continue to celebrate.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZA meditation on the role that Mary played in our salvation and a plea for her intercession so that we may follow her example in following Christ her Son.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIs the Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord a Holy Day of Obligation in the Catholic Church? The answer may be more complicated than you think.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIf Christ is the head of the church and he came to free people from bondage to the law, then why are there so many man-made rules in the Catholic Church?
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZHow does Catholic doctrine view the nature of the Church and the status of those churches not in full communion with the Catholic Church? Find the answer here.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZSince Good Friday is the day on which Jesus Christ was crucified, why is it called Good Friday?
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThe Immaculate Conception of Mary is the belief that the Blessed Virgin Mary was conceived without Original Sin. Learn more about this ancient belief.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZLearn more about knowledge, a gift of the Holy Spirit, which gives us the ability to judge all things according to the truth of faith.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZRead the annual Christmas messages and meditations from Scott P. Richert, the Catholicism Expert at About Catholicism.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThe Feast of the Immaculate Conception celebrates God's preservation of the Blessed Virgin Mary from the stain of original sin. Find the date of Immaculate Conception 2016.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZLearn more about Jack Chick, the anti-Catholic author who has waged a war against Halloween and the Catholic Church for 30 years.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIn this prayer to Saint Nicholas of Myra, we ask Saint Nicholas to intercede for us and for all who need his help.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThe Immaculate Conception is the subject of many misconceptions. Learn more about the feast and the dogma of the Immaculate Conception.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZIs January 1, the Feast of Mary, Mother of God, a Holy Day of Obligation? Find out here!
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZWhy is baptism necessary, and what does it mean to be baptized? Learn about the practice of the Sacrament of Baptism in the Catholic Church.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThis prayer, written by Archbishop John Carroll in 1791, is good to pray on national holidays, such as Independence Day and Thanksgiving.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZLearn more about the fear of the Lord, the last gift of the Holy Spirit, which is the confirmation of the virtue of hope.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThis long and very beautiful prayer of intercession to the Immaculate Heart of Mary reminds us of the Blessed Virgin's complete submission to the will of God. In uniting ourselves with Mary, we draw closer to Christ, because no other human has been closer to Christ than His mother.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZHow did a couple who wanted to have three children end up with eight? The answer is NFP—but not in the way you might think.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZCatholics believe that three people were born without Original Sin. Who were they, and why do Catholics believe each was born without Original Sin?
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZFind everything you need to know about Holy Days of Obligation in the Catholic Church, the most important feasts in the Christian calendar.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZThis Novena for the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary reminds us that Mary is the new Temple, in whom God has come to dwell.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZScripture readings for each day of the First Week of Advent, along with a brief commentary on each reading.
2016-12-05T11:02:11ZLearn more about temperance, the fourth cardinal virtue, which is concerned with the control of the desire for pleasure, both physical and spiritual.