6 Keys to Catholic Culture from the Age of Faith

I have a small ambition: I really want to change the world. I want to save it–or at least, the souls in it. I want to help rebuild and restore Christian culture. Are you with me? Of course, it’s an immense undertaking that will likely take millions of people, generations of effort, and a constant outpouring of God’s abundant…

Feast of the Guardian Angels

We just enjoyed the feast of St. Michael and the Archangels three days ago, and now we remember the tireless, loving work of our Guardian Angels in this feast today. Today is a great day to have angel food cake for dessert! Although most Catholics know the simple prayer to our Guardian Angels (“Angel of…

October Saints and Feasts

Today is a very special day for Catholics: the feast of a young and glorious Doctor of the Church! If I had not chosen St. Agnes for my patron saint, I think I would have picked today’s saint because she is 10,000% awesome. And with today’s feast of the Little Flower, St. Therese of Lisieux, the month of…

Feast of St. Jerome

Blessed feast of St. Jerome! St. Jerome, Doctor of the Church, patron of librarians, and translator of Holy Scripture into Latin (which version is now called the Vulgate), is particularly known for having been a grumpy or irascible saint. Over and above all the many great and charitable and holy things he did, this fact about his personality…

Blessed Easter!

“Hail, festal day, venerable of all ages By which God conquers hell and holds the stars Behold, it declares grace for a reborn world All gifts have returned with their Lord. For indeed, after hellish sorrows, to the triumphing Christ: grove with green and buds with flower, everywhere give laud. The Crucified One was God,…

10 Ways to Celebrate a Christian Easter

Did the title of this post strike you as extremely ironic? It is ironic, because of our wayward culture that has gone totally off course, of course! But, the great news is, we can evangelize this culture by celebrating! (Perhaps that should be this site’s new motto, “Evangelization through celebration.”) We must celebrate especially hard to joyfully keep the…