With lockdowns and all kinds of restrictions all across the state of California, Catholics in the El Centro and Brawley area are finding ways to creatively bring family together and keep the faith for Thanksgiving.
This is such a moving story! 😭 13-year-old Daniel Neves is seriously ill and waiting for a kidney transplant. To offset the high treatment costs, he thought of an inspiring and exciting idea: painting religious pictures. He even created a new “title” for Our Lady! However, the sale of paintings
Sherry Antonetti introduces a free virtual conference designed to encourage Catholics to see the soul behind the screen. We often think of the past as better than the present, and 2020 certainly could make the argument that this is so. However, as Catholics, we are called to be part of
Elena LaVictoire offers practical tips for achieving your goals in 4 key areas of life. I used to love to go to Jazzercise! I went several times a week because they had babysitting available. I could drop my kids off for an hour and exercise to my heart’s content with
Ivonne J. Hernandez shares how to find peace when anxiety and fear burden our hearts. I must have been around 5 years old when, one evening, I made a very big decision. I packed some things in a little suitcase and announced to my mother that I was leaving …
Lorelei Savaryn shares how motherhood and her Catholic conversion influenced what she and her husband teach their children about prayer. Growing up, I didn’t really have a strong foundation in the area of prayer, or how it worked, or what it really meant. I knew in a general sense that