Ash Wednesday in #HomilyTweet — Seven that Caught My Eye Today


1. Pope Francis: Only the Lord can save from the scourge, and so there is need of supplication, with prayer and fasting, each confessing his sin. 2. "Let's get cracking, Lent has begun!" – Cardinal Seán O"Malley OFM Cap. homily given today during Ash Wednesday… — Archdio. of Boston (@bostoncatholic) February 18, 2015 3. [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye on Valentine’s Day 2015


1. True love hurts. 2. "What is missing in the people who think the Rosary is monotonous is love." | Sr. Lucia of Fatima | #dailyeSpiration — Steubenville (@go2steubenville) February 14, 2015 3. From Magnificat’s meditation today: As long as a soul that is determined to follow Jesus Christ in all things is at [Read More...]

13 Catholic Things on Friday the 13th


1. Why Dominicans love Jordan of Saxony so much. #OPPower 2. Jordan, Blessed Albert & the #DamnedDevil. 3. Speaking of Dominicans: There is a Martin Luther Playmobil selling like hotcakes. (More than 95 even?) How about a Thomas Aquinas? (Actually: I bet St. Francis would totally sell.) 4. Magnificat today quotes from Pope Benedict, from [Read More...]

Twelve Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb 12, 2015)


1. It is great wisdom to be silent and to look neither at the remarks nor the deeds nor the lives of others. — Steubenville (@go2steubenville) February 12, 2015 2. A video from Fr. Barron on Christianity and ethics. 3. 3 Gifts Your Catholic Valentine Would Prefer More Than Roses #uncategorized #catholicrelief — [Read More...]

Five Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 11, 2015)


1. This morning, Pope Francis talked about children, memory, and roots. All children are a gift and the baptized, we are all God’s children. He talked about the generosity of bigger families and warned against selfishness. Reading his meditation today from his regular weekly Wednesday audience, one is drawn to think about and pray for [Read More...]

Twelve Things about Our Lady of Lourdes that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 11, 2015)


1. In The Wonders of Lourdes, Pierre Marie Dumont, publisher of Magnficat, writes: Lourdes is the story of a very young girl, the poorest of the poor, illiterate, and in delicate health, who became the object of a favor from heaven; it is a child’s personal history disrupting human history; it is the path proposed [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 10, 2015)


1. Maria Grizzetti: What would we do if we could choose all over again? The Christian life allows for this question to be asked and replied each waking hour of each waking day. 2. Seeing with St. Scholastica. 3. From today’s Liturgy of the Hours: From the books of Dialogues by Saint Gregory the Great, [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 9, 2015)


1. Saint Bonaventure makes a case for reading the Bible in the Liturgy of the Hours today: The outcome or the fruit of reading holy Scripture is by no means negligible: it is the fullness of eternal happiness. For these are the books which tell us of eternal life, which were written not only that [Read More...]