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Beauty Does Not Lie in the Eyes of the Beholder, Raising Family and Tiny Homes and Much More!

By TITO EDWARDS | Beauty Does Not Lie In The Eyes of the Beholder by Isabel Nolan of The Dead Philosophers Society –

Pope Francis to Canonize ‘Evangelizer of the West’ – James Graves, OSV Newsweekly

Raising Family and…

Phoenix’s Super Bowl Nuns

By Joan Desmond | For the second time in seven years, Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery is hosting devout football fans attending Sunday’s big game.


PHOENIX — For the tens of thousands of fans migrating to southern Arizona f…

Why Families Should Promote Classics

By Joseph Pronechen | How good literature benefits children | With modern technology muscling in on reading time, it’s a good time to restore reading to its rightful place.

Catholic academics shared with the Register how families can promote goo…

‘If Today You Hear His Voice …’

By Tom and April Hoopes | User’s Guide to Sunday, Feb. 1 | Sunday, Feb. 1, is the Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year B).


Mass Readings

Deuteronomy 18:15-20; Psalm 95:1-2, 6-9; 1 Corinthians 7:32-35; Mark 1:21-28


Our Take


Devotions for College

By Jacqueline Burkepile | Book Pick: Prayers, Papers & Play: Devotions for Every College Student | Prayers, Papers & Play

Devotions for Every College Student

By Barbara Canale

Liguori, 2013

192 pages, $10.99

To order:



Standing Up for Life in Mission Territory

By KATIE WARNER | A ninth-grade term paper launched Courtney McEachon’s pro-life message.

“My interest in the abortion question began when I wrote a term paper for ninth-grade biology on stem-cell research,” recalled the 21-year-old…

A Plan of Surpassing Beauty, In Praise of Motherhood, Africa’s Catholic Moment and Much More!

By TITO EDWARDS | “A Plan of Surpassing Beauty” by Father James V. Schall, SJ, of The Catholic Thing –

In Praise of Catholic Motherhood – Rachel Lu, Crisis Magazine

Against the “Usefulness” of Religion &nd…

Religious Sisters’ Continuing Impact on Catholic Education

By JOSEPH PRONECHEN | Religious sisters have bestowed an incredible legacy on countless children who have attended Catholic schools in the United States.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American-born saint and foundress of the first American…

Lessons From a Computer Analyst-Turned-Catholic School Teacher

By GEORGE T. KAPUSINSKI | “Live the Gospel every day. You may be the only Gospel that another person encounters that day.” — My father, who would often say this at the dinner table.

It has been eight years since I left a lucrative c…

Pope: Christians Who Forget God’s Love Are ‘in Grave Danger’

By CNA/EWTN NEWS | VATICAN CITY — In his homily on Friday, Pope Francis encouraged Christians to remember the first time they felt the love of God and warned that those who forget this moment risk becoming lukewarm and losing salvation.


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