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The Heart of the Message of Fatima

By Virginia M. Kimball Pray, fast, confess, receive the Eucharist, and be devoted to the Immaculate Heart ​One hundred years ago, in 1917, three years...

The Relevancy of Saints

CARRIE SALLWASSER “Saints preserve us!” I suppose I’m showing my age when I admit that I’m familiar with the use of that acclamation. I know it...

Keeping Parents Engaged After Their Children’s First Sacraments

Following up after Baptism and First Communion LISANNE V. JENSEN Photographs have been snapped. Family and friends have celebrated together. Gifts have been opened. The signed,...

Discover Endow

Educating on the nature and dignity of women SIMONE RIZKALLAH St. John Paul II believed the lethal mess of the 20th century — that...

Women on a Divine Mission

GIVEN is a new institute dedicated to mentoring young Catholic women KATHRYN JEAN LOPEZ Do young people know the gifts they have been given? The newly...

Healing and Hope for Adults after Abortion

Links to bookmark, save, and share PAT GOHN This is a most tender subject. And chances are good that many people — both women and men...

After RCIA

Keeping adults engaged LISANNE V. JENSEN Adults who wish to become Catholic, desire full communion with the Catholic Church, or simply want to learn more about...

Advice from a Master Catechist: Friends Are Leaving the Church

Question: I have a growing number of friends who are leaving the Catholic Church for mega churches. I want to share with them how...

Developing a Top-Notch RCIA Team

The first of a two-part series. For Part 2, click here. VIRGINIA LIETO Since 2017, I have helped my parish’s RCIA program move from the school-year...

Pros and Cons of a Year-Round RCIA Program

Part two of a two-part series. For Part 1, click here. VIRGINIA LIETO I am the coordinator for the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)...