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Are You Afraid To Go To Confession?

Maybe you think you have sinned too much and your life is too messed up for God to be able to straighten it out through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Maybe you think your sins are so awful or so embarrassing that you will shock the priest and that he will look at you weirdly in […] Read More

In Need of St. Joseph’s Intercession

Is there any doubt that we are living tumultuous times? I think that for most Catholics this has been a painful summer as we have watched our culture reap the fruits that it has sown. There have been Supreme Court rulings, adultery scandals, and a very graphic expose of what happens inside of Planned Parenthood […] Read More

The Forgotten Commandment: Coveting Thy Neighbor’s Wife

Catholic Marriage: The Real Deal During the years I spent working as a parish secretary, I observed the heartbreaking reality of our Catholic family’s understanding of and living out of marriage. Registration cards and sacramental needs revealed that an astonishing number of non-married couples cohabitate, and a high number enter invalid marriages by seeking a […] Read More

The Trouble with Low-Proof Faith

Most people don’t care what we believe or say but they pay attention when we bear the fruit the Church teaches we are to bear. Those are the words of Sherry Weddell, a woman I respect and admire, and who I do not intend to contradict with what I’m about to say. That’s only half […] Read More

HACS Dean of Students Publishes Book

From Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, O.P. Good afternoon, friends, It’s with great delight that I announce on behalf of Fr. Jeffrey “Skip” Thompson, our new Dean of Students, his new book entitled Holy Land Chronicle: A Journal of the Fifth Gospel. Fr. Skip’s book is available only electronically at the present time, designed to be downloaded […] Read More

Honoring Our Father

Honoring Our Father Did you know that there is a Church approved apparition of God the Father? In 1932 God the Father appeared to Mother Eugenia Ravasio who at the time was the Superior General of the Congregation of Our Lady of the Apostles. The Father spoke to her in Latin—a language which she did […] Read More

Free Webinar – Reverberations of Addiction’s Impact in the Family

Reverberations of Addiction’s Impact in the Family with Claudia Black, Ph.D. Meet Claudia Black! NACoA founder, Claudia Black, Ph.D., will continue the series on Understanding Addiction and Supporting Recovery, discussing a topic of growing concern in our schools, courts and homes: The impact of addiction on children—young and adult—through the generations. Register now! » Dr. […] Read More