Liturgical Year

Holy Week is a time of transition in the liturgical calendar of the Catholic church. It is the movement from Lent to Easter in which the faithful reenact and participate […]

Just as the season of Advent leads the faithful to Christmas, so does Lent prepare for Easter. Society has captured Christmas, swapping out Jesus with the commercialization of giving. In […]

During the liturgical year, special emphasis is given to celebrating the central mysteries of our Catholic faith:   The Incarnation Jesus’ death on the cross His Resurrection His Ascension into […]

…in the Transfiguration it is not Jesus who receives the revelation of God; rather, it is precisely in Jesus that God reveals himself and reveals his face to the Apostles. […]

  “Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with you!” – Luke 1:28   Catholic radio broadcasts daily Mass, homilies and sermons, and a multitude of daily programs and call-in […]

Monthly devotions are opportunities to learn about central tenets of the Catholic faith including the Holy Name of Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and devotion to the Blessed Mother, among others. […]

The Catholic Church has seven sacraments and many sacramentals. What’s the difference? “The sacraments are efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine […]

There are many music and talk radio programs to choose from today. In a culture that increasingly challenges the teachings of Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, Catholic radio is the […]

In the Jubilee Year 2000, on the second Sunday of Easter, known as the Octave of Easter, Saint Pope John Paul II canonized Sister Faustina Kowalska. He also declared that […]

The liturgical season of Lent prepares us to celebrate the Resurrection of Our Savior. There is a particular focus on our continual spiritual conversion through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.   […]

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