- The Heart of the Matter: A reflection on this Sunday’s Gospel (Mt 3:1-12)
- Are you ready for this?: A reflection on LAST Sunday’s gospel (Mt 24:37-44)
- Seattle Seahawks’ Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn Draws Strength from Catholic Church
- Pope Francis and St. Peter
- As in life, so in death: a reflection on this week’s gospel (Lk 23:35-43)
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Author Archives: Saint Joe
Seattle Seahawks’ Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn is interviewed by National Catholic Register’s correspondent Trent Beattie: Was the Catholic faith an important part of your upbringing? Yes, Sunday Mass was a regular part of our week. It was seen in our … Continue reading
Pope Francis holds a bronze reliquary containing bone shards of St. Peter the Apostle, this past Sunday, as he closes the Year of Faith. This is the first time the relics have been put on display, and presented a unique … Continue reading
A new documentary by the Knights of Columbus on the life of Pope Francis is now available on DVD. More more information about the documentary is available at its website popefrancisdocumentary.com. Watch the trailer, below
Br. Lee Barker SC, otherwise known as Brother Lee, has been working magic at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School in Mobile, AL for many years. At age 86, he is still working magic. BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss., by George Gurtner, myneworleans.com … Continue reading
October 22nd is the Memorial of Blessed (and soon to be Saint) John Paul II, aka John Paul the Great. This day is an optional memorial in dioceses of the United States. Charles Joseph Wotjtyła was born in 1920 in … Continue reading
Received via Twitter over the weekend, this photo of St. Joseph giving the Men of St. Joseph to Jesus for his use. Thanks, Justin! Click image to view Justin’s blog, This New Evangelization.
Earlier this week, two Josephite priests visited our Men of St. Joseph chapter meeting. They are both pastors of inner city, traditionally black, Catholic parishes. The purpose of their visit was to introduce them to the Men of St. Joseph … Continue reading
Our Lady of Good Remedy is a devotion begun by St. John Matha in honor of the Blessed Virgin. Between the 8th and 15th centuries, Muslims occupied much of Spain and Portugal, and Christians were often held captive as slaves. … Continue reading