The Confraternity of Catholic Homeschool Mothers…what is this exactly? Ladies, do you feel overwhelmed, frustrated, a little frantic or unorganized at times? You know that you want to raise your children in the best...
The fruit of the Holy Ghost…The honoring of the REAL presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist…This is what a Corpus Christi procession is all about.
Some people may say, nothing happened to the Mass.
Have you ever admired the beautifully designed missal covers that you see at Mass?
Turning to Sacred Scriptures, we find the bearing of palm branches to have been one of the principal ways of manifesting joy; and one not only approved but commanded by God at the time...
Built in 1923 this historic, beautiful Shrine has survived through 93 years of history.
According to the book History of the Mass, the fourth Sunday of Lent is what is known as the “Sunday of the Golden Rose”, from a custom observed at Rome of blessing a rose...
St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary is a place where young men go to receive their intellectual and spiritual formation in the hope of becoming a future priest.
For a long time the celebrant merely bowed after each elevation of our dear Lord in Holy Communion.
The year is 1753. The date, April 25 when John Licci, a holy religious Dominican, was Beatified by Pope Benedict the XIV.
A new feature has begun on MAGNIFICAT RADIO!
Vesture. It means an item of clothing; garment; attire. That’s what linen cloths are for the Chalice.
January 21st, 2016 at 4am was the start of our journey towards March for Life in Washington DC.
Lets start with the history. The earliest known linens were made from thin yarn spun from flax fibers to make linen cloth.
First of all what is a pilgrimage?
When you can’t go to Mass, send your Guardian Angel in your place.
Like everything else there is a proper way to decorate the church altars.
Wouldn’t it be lovely to spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Bethlehem visiting the very spots our Lord was more than 2,000 years ago?