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His Love for Mary

Throughout this year we have been celebrating the first centenary from the birth of a great devotee of Mary, Pope St. John Paul II. It would be fruitful to see how this great Marian Pope showed his immense love for Mary, particularly by the way he...

Mary and Forgiveness

In the upcoming weeks, we honor the Blessed Mother on multiple days on the liturgical calendar. We are so blessed because we have been given a spiritual mother who loves us and wants to intercede for us and bring us closer to her Son Jesus.Mary is...

Consecrating Ourselves to Mary

Many bishops around the world, during the prevalent coronavirus pandemic, have consecrated their countries to the Virgin Mary, the Mother of God and Our Mother. Pope Francis himself offered heaps of prayers to Mary in order that COVID-19 will be...

Poland’s Divine Protection

On the 14th of August, 1608 Fr. Giulio Mancinelli, an Italian Jesuit, experienced a vision of the Virgin Mary who asked him: “Why do you not call me Queen of the Polish? I greatly cherish this kingdom and I intend great things for it, as its...

The Ubiquitous Slur

On January 27, 2017, thousands of Americans will gather in Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life to mark the 44th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that has led to the deaths of approximately 60 million pre-born...

Mary Wants to be Our Mother

One weekday afternoon in October a professional storyteller named Dan was preparing for an after-school program at a neighborhood recreational center when a group of noisy ten-year-olds from a nearby Catholic school walked in. The kids were munching...

Listening for God’s Voice in Our Lives

The website, HubSpot, notes that: Snapchat has 150 million daily active users, Facebook experiences 300,000 updates every minute, and Instagram has 95 million photographs shared on its platform each day. Outside of these three, there are so many...

Pray For Us Sinners

The solemnity, Mary Mother of God, puts a deep theological focus on the Christmas celebration. Going back to our dogmatic theology, the study of the truths of the faith, we focus in on whom this Jesus is. By asking the who question, as distinguished...