The Pilgrim's Journey

In My Room with St. Catherine

Andrea JoinesLast Updated: May 13th, 2021Domestic Church, Ebooks

This article is an excerpt from our eBook Homes, Hobbies, & Holiness: Living with the Saints in your Domestic Church. When I was younger, my bedroom was often where I went to escape the rest of the world.  Through imaginative play, it could be my castle, rocket ship, or little house on the prairie. I … Read More

Do you know the way (to Santiago)?

Andrea JoinesLast Updated: July 23rd, 2020Camino de Santiago, Ebooks, Pilgrims' Stories, Saints

It’s a long-running joke in my family to respond to a question of how to get somewhere with “Oh, you can’t get there from here. You have to go somewhere else to start.”  It seems like an odd comment – and not very helpful – but in the pilgrimage world, it is not uncommon to … Read More

Family Time with Fulton Sheen

Bri CampbellLast Updated: May 7th, 2020Domestic Church, Ebooks, Saints, Spiritual Reflections

This article is an excerpt from our new eBook Homes, Hobbies, & Holiness: Living with the Saints in your Domestic Church. “What is the difference between work and play? Work has a purpose, play has none, but there must be time in life for purposeless things, even foolishness.” Venerable Fulton SheenThe first time I came to … Read More

Working Alongside St. Joseph

Andrea JoinesLast Updated: May 12th, 2020Domestic Church, Ebooks, Saints

This article is an excerpt from our new eBook Homes, Hobbies, & Holiness: Living with the Saints in your Domestic Church. As a small child, helping my dad work on projects in the garage was always a treat.  My brother and I would spend weekends with him out there learning the difference between a flathead and … Read More

Walking into your Domestic Church

Bri CampbellLast Updated: April 23rd, 2020Domestic Church, Ebooks, Pilgrims' Stories, Saints, Spiritual Reflections

This article is an excerpt from our new eBook Homes, Hobbies, & Holiness: Living with the Saints in your Domestic Church. Whether we realize it or not, the home is an exciting place. It’s the place where all activity flows, the place where you welcome the stranger, the place where you feed the hungry. It’s … Read More

Divine Mercy & St. John Paul II

Andrea JoinesLast Updated: January 20th, 2021Ebooks, Poland, Saints

Do not be afraid. In the Gospel of Matthew, these are the first words Jesus spoke to His disciples after His resurrection. Nearly 2000 years later, they were also among the first words spoken to the world by the newly elected Pope John Paul II. In his inaugural papal homily, he invited everyone listening – … Read More

Lithuania’s Beating Heart for Mercy

Jennifer LindbergLast Updated: January 20th, 2021Ebooks, Poland, Saints

The beating heart of the Lithuanian nation just keeps giving. It’s the title that St. John Paul II gave to this almost forgotten land that helped bring us the Divine Mercy Devotion. St. Faustina spent much of her convent life here; it was the site of the first public veneration of the famous Divine Mercy … Read More