Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (March 6, 2015)

1. From a homily today: It is marvelous, isn’t it, that even our sins cannot thwart God’s Providence and grace but are, somehow, turned to good when we repent and when we trust in God rather than our own devices and plans. Joseph did this, and so does the Lord and his holy martyrs. And so must we. H … [Read More...]


The #StationsoftheCross #Lent2015 Twitter Challenge

How about a #StationsoftheCross challenge for #Lent2015: Let’s get it trending. This Sunday, take a picture of your favorite Station of the Cross from your parish Church. On Friday, let’s get it trending. Like so:#stationsofthecross #stations @kathrynlopez This is the 6th Station from John XXI … [Read More...]


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

1. St. Ambrose (Exposition of the Christian faith): It cannot accurately be said of any created being that he is alone. How can anyone or anything that has fellowship in creation be separated from the rest, as though it were alone?2. From Fr. Lawrence Lew: Each of us who turn to the homeless … [Read More...]


Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (March 4, 2015)

1. There will always be a hole in our hearts that only God can fill. We're made to know His love and love in return. #AHeartOnFire— Bishop Olmsted (@BishopOlmsted) March 4, 20152. I’m overjoyed by this news: The parents of St. Therese of Lisieux will be canonized in the fall. The c … [Read More...]


Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Drexel-Inspired You Be that Missionary Edition, March 3, 2015)

1. Today’s the feast of Katherine Drexel, buried right outside of Philadelphia. If you have 27 minutes, take a tour with Diana von Glahn here:2. Fr. Robert Barron talks about Katherine Drexel while reflecting on the stained glass window in her honor at the John Paul the Great chapel at M … [Read More...]


Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (First Monday, March 2015)

1. Our Christian life is a journey of conversion, of transfiguration. In Jesus' Transfiguration, we see our destiny.— Archbishop Gomez (@ArchbishopGomez) March 2, 20152. Judge yourself, says Pope Francis, back at the Vatican after his Lenten retreat:3. What is life like for the … [Read More...]


Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Last Friday in Feb. 2015)

1. Magnificat today has a meditation from Luigi Giussani. It’s classic Giussani. Totally untweetable. A taste: He describes the life of the “new man” -- the Christian, baptized in Christ. He who has come to see this faith as the radical gift it is, challenging and transforming. He no longer lives fo … [Read More...]


Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 26, 2015)

1. Let's pray for our brothers & sisters. Turkish border closed as #Christian hostages in #Syria spike to 250 #IS— Fr. James Bromwich (@NeriInstitute) February 26, 20152. Bishop James Conley writes:I visited the same Turkish cathedral, the Cathedral of … [Read More...]

Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 25, 2015)

1. Don’t be superficial about prayer.2. Sr. Wendy Beckett has the “Meditation of the Day” slot in Magnificat today (subscribe here). She writes like an artist – and a hermit (she happens to be both!): That loveless slum you see in yourself is quite truly you—I won’t pretend otherwise, but it i … [Read More...]


Ten Catholic Things that Caught My Eye Today (1st Tues. in Lent, 2015)

1. The fundamental purpose and goal of #Lent is to be restored to the person God created us to be at our Baptism.— Bishop Paul Loverde (@Bishop_Loverde) February 23, 20152. From St. Cyprian in the prayer of the Church today:The Lord has given us many counsels and commandments to help … [Read More...]