“Take Thee to a Nunnery”: The Rise of Women Vocations to the Convent

Source: Fox News More millennial women choosing religious life: ‘This is what I’m supposed to be doing’ In an age of social media and obsessed with the ladder of success, a higher calling is increasingly trending. After a five-decade decline, the nunnery is making a comeback — driven by millennials. About 10 years ago, the average age of a woman … More “Take Thee to a Nunnery”: The Rise of Women Vocations to the Convent

Lay Catholics: Stop Waiting for your Bishop to do Your Job

by Peter Wolfgang Source: www. CatholicVote.org Submitted by Deacon Jim Jaworski It is a familiar story. The particulars are more radical this time. But it is essentially the same story. A Catholic politician commits some grave public violation of basic human rights. Outraged Catholics call for his head on an ecclesiastical platter. The bishop wrings … More Lay Catholics: Stop Waiting for your Bishop to do Your Job

Servant of God Chiara Corbella Petrillo: Shining a Light on the Value of Life

By Claire Dwyer Editor’s note:  As we prepare to close this month, dedicated to prayers for and protection of the unborn, it seems appropriate to illuminate the life of a young mother who seemed sent to us “for such a time as this.” I love the saints. I love that the Church gives them to … More Servant of God Chiara Corbella Petrillo: Shining a Light on the Value of Life

The Soul Of Jesus

by Dan Burke PRESENCE OF GOD – O Jesus, permit me to contemplate Your soul, the chosen temple of the Holy Spirit, and grant that, following Your example, I, too, may become a temple worthy of Him. MEDITATION Although grace was created equally by the three Persons of the Blessed Trinity, without any difference or … More The Soul Of Jesus