Lesser known vocations: uncommon expressions of priesthood

Father Mariya James Susai Manickam, SAC

So often when we hear about vocations, certain questions tend to circulate.


Taking the cake: Catholic Charities Fort Worth celebrates 110 years of helping the community

birthday cake

Christopher Plumlee has hosted several Know Poverty tours of Catholic Charities Fort Worth. The reaction is always the same.


A Sampler of Movies for Catholic Families During Lockdown

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Parents now homeschooling their children and catechizing them during this time of pestilential lockdown can stand some help. Here is a list of 180 motion pictures and TV movies which will help teach your kids elements of the faith during Eastertide — while telling a good story at the same time.


Catholic teen seeks to inspire neighborhood with Marian sidewalk art

youth drawing of Mary on driveway

​Denver Newsroom (CNA) — A young Catholic artist has drawn an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary on her parents' driveway bringing religious art to her local community during the quarantine.


Great hardship yields great virtue: Dorothy Day’s path to sainthood began with nursing

Wanda Strysky

FORT WORTH — Whether she’s leading the Rosary before the noon Mass inside St. Patrick Cathedral or from her living room during the coronavirus stay-at-home order, Wanda Styrsky ends the devotion with the same five words — “Dorothy Day, pray for us.”


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