Video: Fr. James Martin describes the connections (or lack thereof) between Halloween, the saints, and All Saints Day.
Read on to learn how you can win a copy of Lisa’s new book: A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms! My girlfriends probably tire of hearing me say certain things over and over AND over again. Things like: “You should read The Handbook for Catholic Moms” by Lisa Hendey.” Or, “Des Moines needs to host […]
One Husband’s Perspective on Natural Family Planning Today we are pleased to welcome friend and fellow parishioner Kerry McGuire to The Practicing Catholic. Kerry’s wife Renee wrote two posts for us this past July (Part I & Part II) in conjunction with Natural Family Planning Awareness Week. As Respect Life Month comes to a close, we are honored to share Kerry’s perspective to […]
I recently shared some information with a few close friends about a series of events that has been eating away at me for some time. These events have required me to interact with individuals who are, to put it bluntly, provoking prolonged stress and anxiety in my life — challenging me in ways that I haven’t been prepared to handle.
One very wise friend advised, “These people are your hair shirt.”
Cheer on a true Cinderella team when The Mighty Macs hits theaters Friday! It’s 1971: Richard Nixon is president; the equal rights movement is sweeping across America; Immaculata College, a tiny all-women’s Catholic institution near Philadelphia is looking for a basketball coach; Cathy Rush is restless. Although Immaculata barely has a team and no home gym, […]
On the heels of attending the red carpet world premiere of The Mighty Macs last Friday, we had the opportunity to interview several people associated with the movie. Throughout our conversations, we heard fascinating stories of how this movie went from a tiny idea to now a full-length feature film that opens in theaters across the […]
Thanks to The Maximus Group, we’re in Philadelphia for the red-carpet World Premiere of The Mighty Macs – just one week before the movie hits theaters nationwide! Tiny Immaculata College, founded by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1920, is the unlikely birthplace of modern women’s college basketball. How unlikely? When […]