Today’s Catholic

On Marriage, Leadership and Honoring Our Wives

Bride and Groom

Marriage is in trouble everywhere, especially in our country where over half of marriages end in divorce. Our culture, so influenced by Hollywood and materialism, has set about creating a society which no longer values marriage and the family, but instead favors one which glorifies selfishness, greed and offers false idols for us to worship instead of God. As an […]

Daily Catholic Quote — Thomas à Kempis

“…The devils fear the Queen of heaven to such a degree, that only on hearing her great name pronounced, they fly from him who does so as from a burning fire.” (Fr. Thomas à Kempis) September 12 is the Optional Memorial of the Most Holy Name of Mary. Please share this post on Facebook and other social media below: Print this entry

Daily Catholic Quote — Pope Saint Leo the Great

"Pope St. Leo the Great and Attila the Hun" (detail) by Raphael

“But when he says: ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit,’ he shows that the kingdom of heaven is to be given to those who are distinguished by their humility of soul rather than by their lack of worldly goods.” (Pope Saint Leo the Great, from a sermon on the Beatitudes) The Memorial of St. Leo the Great, Pope and Doctor […]

Encountering the Word — Luke 1:78-79

Your Daily Bible Quote “…through the tender mercy of our God, when the day shall dawn upon us from on high to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace.” (Luke 1:78-79) Please share on Facebook and other social media you choose below. Print this […]

Daily Catholic Quote — Saint John Paul II

Pope St. John Paul II

“Mary, Woman clothed with the sun, help us to fix our gaze on Christ amid the inevitable sufferings and problems of everyday life. Help us not to be afraid of following him to the very end, even when the cross seems unbearably heavy. Make us understand that this alone is the way which leads to the heights of eternal salvation.” (Pope […]

Surrogate Gods, Surrogate Parents

The Virtual Family: Connected or Disconnected?

It is a gross understatement to say that we live in trying times.  The Church and religious liberty are under attack around the world, our country is divided, atheists are one of the fastest growing groups in America and our families are under siege.  My intent is not to depress you, but focus your attention on today’s realities.  In times […]

Practical Lessons for Integrating Faith and Work

Man at Prayer

How do we integrate our faith with our work? If you think about it, most of us will likely spend the majority of our adult (awake) lives in the workplace. A typical eight hour work day accounts for a third of the total day, with the other two-thirds devoted to sleeping, family, friends, faith, and so on. In the practice […]