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Sister Lucia's Cause Advances

The documentation gathered for Sr. Lucia consists of over 15,000 letters, testimonies, and other documents that would support the nun's cause for beatification.


Part 13 : Mary, Most Poor


Immaculate Conception: 'Given for Our Sake'

On Feb. 11, we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, who said, "I am the Immaculate Conception." Find out why her unique gift was for our sake.


Part 12: Mary, Most Obedient

Your cat will never really obey you: Sometimes he will just agree with you." But that is not the Gospel virtue of "obedience" either.


Part 11: Deeper Dimensions of Our Lady's Devotion

Facing tough times? Call on your spiritual mother.


Part 10: Mary, Most Devout

Mary's fifth gospel virtue was devotion. Clearly, the Blessed Virgin's whole life journey was sustained and surrounded by prayer.


Part 9: Mary's Journey of Faith

Mary's virtue of faith was refined in the fire of God's love at every step of her life.


The Epiphany of Our Lord

This Sunday we celebrate the Epiphany of Our Lord. Come, let us adore the newborn King as the Magi did.


Part 8: Mary, Most Faithful

Authentic faith, like the virtue of faith in the heart of Mary, is more than just believing in the doctrines that God has revealed to us through Christ and his Church.


Mother of God, Mother of Peace

Who does the Church honor on the first day of the new calendar year? And why?


Part 7: Mary, Most Humble

As the saying goes, it is not so much to think less of yourself, but to think of yourself less.


'O Come, O Come, Emmanuel'

"He will wipe every tear from their eyes, and there shall be no more death or mourning, wailing or pain, [for] the old order has passed away" (Rev 21:4).


Part 6: When It's Best to Run Away

Yep, sometimes it's not prudent to stay put.


The Finest Gift We Bring

More than 2,000 years after the birth of Christ, the Herods of the world are still having their way.


Part 5: Mary, Most Prudent

Our Lady's second Gospel virtue was traditionally called "prudence" — but that's not a very attractive word in the way we speak today.

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