St. Katharine Drexel is the patroness of racial justice and of philanthropists. Her feast day is celebrated on March 3.
“In the midst of all this craziness and chaos, God is with us.”
Our faith commands Catholic parents to stand firm in their duty as the first and primary educators of their children.
The Holy Spirit can be gentle as a dove, or rambunctious and unpredictable as a wild goose.
“May its ring awaken the consciences of legislators and all people of good will in Poland,” said Pope Francis, “and the whole world.”
Father Joseph Marquis melds his two vocations — to the Catholic priesthood, and as Santa Claus — in the St. Nicholas Institute, a school for Santas that he founded.