Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (May 5, 2015)


1. It is good for us to spend time before the Tabernacle, to feel the gaze of Jesus upon us. — Pope Francis (@Pontifex) May 5, 2015 2. How to Receive and Remain in Christ's Gift of Peace in the midst of divided families and a war-torn world – http://t.co/kWqhD5JX2z — Fr. Roger Landry (@FrRogerLandry) [Read More...]

20 St. Catherine of Siena Things that Caught My Eye Today (April 29, 2015)


1. From her dialogue on Divine Providence in the Liturgy of the Hours today: Eternal God, eternal Trinity, you have made the blood of Christ so precious through his sharing in your divine nature. You are a mystery as deep as the sea; the more I search, the more I find, and the more I [Read More...]

Do I Tweet Too Much about St. Catherine of Siena?


When I went to look on Twitter for Catherine of Siena tweets, I discovered I tweet about her a bit … here are 16 … there are more … 1. The good gentle Jesus, Love, dies of thirst and hunger for our salvation. http://t.co/J1wqhFAB8c #CatherineofSiena via @MagnificatMag — Kathryn Jean Lopez (@kathrynlopez) February 24, 2015 [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (April 28, 2015)


1. The rosary with 5th graders from St. Joseph School. Ave Maria! pic.twitter.com/tma5Zhh17d — James D Conley (@bishop_conley) April 28, 2015 2. Today is the feast day of St. Gianna Molla, the patron saint of the upcoming World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia. 3. From Saint Peter Chrysologus in the Liturgy of the Hours today: [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye on St. Mark’s Feast Day (April 25, 2015)


Woke up with Coptic Christians at the persecuted on my mind today on the feast day of St. Mark. 1. St, Mark evangelist, pray for us. Imbue us with a love for the gospels, may the words inspire us to a deeper faith, pic.twitter.com/ixUoQCTeQ0 — Fr. Patrick Brennan (@Pathound) April 25, 2015 2. “For ever [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (April 24, 2015)


1. In Israel, I found that the chapel nextdoor to the Church of the Nativity is dedicated to… St George! #StGeorgesDay pic.twitter.com/MpGusyCk2Q — Tim Stanley (@timothy_stanley) April 23, 2015 2. If you missed St. George’s Day yesterday, some items here. 3. Great #MorningRead for Friday & start of weekend! Pray for us St. Mark. #Catholic [Read More...]

In Christ We Become More Human, We Become Ourselves, We Become Free


Last night I listened to a lecture at the Dominican House of Studies that I can’t quite do justice to even though I gave it a shot livetweeting last night. It was on John Paul II and Christian Humanism. It was delivered by Archbishop Augustine DiNoia, a New Yorker, Dominican, Adjunct Secretary of the Congregation [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (April 23, 2015)


1. The blood of martyrs judges us. My homily for Thursday of the Third Week of Easter (April 23rd, 2015) http://t.co/xr3WrCAdtf — FrSteveGrunow (@FrSteveGrunow) April 23, 2015 2. Fr. Roger Landry’s homily today: The docility to which Jesus calls us begins by listening, then it is following by learning, as we permit ourselves to be [Read More...]