Because the Feast of St. Lawrence falls during the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, this dazzling astronomical event came to be known as the "Saint Lawrence's Tears".
Phantoms and poltergeists, spirits and specters. Ghosts by many a name, the souls of the dead trying to communicate with the living. Do Catholics really believe in ghosts, and what does the Church have to say on the matter?
The Bishops of the Catholic Church ask that all Catholics join them starting January 16 to do this...
The most well known of relics of Jesus include the Shroud of Turin, the True Cross, and the Holy Robe. However, one obscure and little-known relic you might not have heard of is purported to have the actual footprints of Jesus.
We know, it’s already the middle of Lent and you’ve probably already committed to your Lenten sacrifices. But, according to the experts from The...
What are the 7 gifts of the Holy Spirit? The gifts are supernatural qualities "specially intended for the sanctification of the person who receives them."
Yes, it is still Easter. Even in Ascensiontide (the ten days after Ascension Day to the eve of Pentecost) we are still in Eastertide...
Beginning with Pope Paul VI's visit to New York City in 1965, the popemobile has been the primary form of transportation for the Supreme Pontiff. How did previous popes travel and make their appearances before the creation of the first popemobile?
In an increasingly secular, busy, and hectic Western world how can Catholics "have a good time?" Venerable Fulton J. Sheen gave the answer in a 1957 sermon.
Chosen by God to be spouse of Mary and the foster father of Jesus Christ, here's why Saint Joseph is the patron saint of a happy death.