Tag: Year of Faith

The Mass is the “source and summit of Christian holiness” in more ways than one. It’s the source of inexhaustible spiritual riches … but it’s a summit that can seem unreachable. Here

When we were editors at the now defunct Faith & Family magazine, my wife April and I collected tips from parents on helping kids confess. Friends of ours from St. Louis shared

Click here for the printable, pdf version. To pray a holy hour, all you need is a tabernacle with a lit sanctuary lamp, a Bible, and perhaps a Compendium of the Catechism

Catholic Digest just republished this essay I originally wrote for the National Catholic Register. In this Year of Faith, on each of the 12 days of Christmas the Gregorian will offer ways

The major project of the Year of Faith is the New Evangelization. It’s a year to relearn how to be fishers of 21st century men and women. This Election Year makes it

A photo of Sandy’s aftermath: an icon for faith after 2012’s pro-family losses. An election like yesterday’s can cause a great deal of discouragement. The results were practically a worse-case scenario for

Click “Memorare Army” in the menu to join the prayer campaign. Keep Praying for Religious Freedom July 03, 2012 by Tom Hoopes When news came that the Health and Human Services mandate

 Robert P. George answers Gregorian Fellows’ questions. We are presenting daily suggestions on how to promote Catholic identity in public life. Today: Train the young. Yesterday, I wrote about the education the