During the great religious persecution of Catholics under Roman Emperor Decius, seven young men retreated to a mountain cave after being told to recant their faith or face punishment of death. Over a hundred years later, they awoke to a very different world.
When the Institute for the Psychological Sciences started an online M.S. in Psychology program, they were responding to a need expressed by Catholics across...
Are the Pill’s health risks worth it for those women? I don’t believe the Pill or other hormonal contraceptives are worth the health risks they pose to women. Here are seven reasons why...
By Caitlin Marchand "Thoughts and prayers." Sadly it has been a year full of tragedies to which we respond with thoughts and prayers. In fact,...
Most everyone knows the traditional folktale of the first Thanksgiving celebration in America. But what most people don't know is that Puritan Pilgrims fleeing from Anglican England found their savior in the unlikeliest of places - a baptized Catholic American Indian.
Christ was taken to His Trial at Pontius Pilate's palace by way of 28 marble steps. Today, they are known as the Scala Sancta: the Holy Stairs.
After a recent scandal broke out in his diocese, a priest delivered a powerful homily on seeking justice and why a Catholic should go directly to legal authorities when crimes such as sexual abuse are suspected.
The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or the Pater Noster, is one of the oldest Catholic prayers that was given to the faithful by Jesus Christ Himself. 65 years ago, the oldest known written copy of the Our Father was discovered in the sands of Egypt.
There are many jobs that are not strictly in the field of psychology, yet rely heavily on the knowledge and skills that psychology has to offer. Here are 5 tools YOU can use in any profession.
Everyone has seen a nativity scene during the Christmas season, and knows that when the inn had no room, Mary laid the Holy Child in a manger. While a great deal of relics from the time of Christ have been lost to history, do any remain of the manger?