Pope John Paul II is quite possibly the most popular pope in history. Catholics' love for JPII is highly apparent, as his writings and quotes continue to aspire the masses -- especially the youth! Here are five things you may not know about the only Polish pontiff. His mother’s doctor advised abortion During her pregnancy,... Continue Reading →
On the feast of St. Gianna, I wanted to share a part of my ongoing conversion story and faith experiences. Almost ten years ago, I had an unexpected encounter with this selfless saint.
This young girl suffered an injury as a teenager that never fully healed and caused life-long suffering. She is the patron saint of ice skaters.
St. John Vianney displayed amazing humility. He probably didn't mean for it to be funny... but it certainly is!
On his twitter feed a couple years back, Cardinal Dolan remarked, “To be a Catholic should be something liberating. Something fun. We aren’t Puritans, are we? Joy is what attracts people to the Church.” Amen, Cardinal Dolan. Amen! Do We Take Ourselves Too Seriously? I think sometimes we take ourselves, the saints, and our personal... Continue Reading →
Jesus really encourages us to go to God to ask for what we want. "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you." ~Matt 7:7 The Parable of the Persistent Widow ~Luke 18:1-8 The Persistent Friend ~Luke 11:5-13 Once upon a time,... Continue Reading →