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Celebrate Sunday Mass - 6.13.21

The video for Sunday Mass will be available to view on Sunday morning.

Bl. Carlos Acutis' life continues to inspire

Bl. Carlo Acutis, the modern apostle of the Eucharist, continues his work of evangelization as his life continues to inspire devotion and art.

The Matter of the Heart

The Church's Liturgical year commemorates the work of God in the history of salvation by events, such as Christmas, Easter and Pentecost; by mysteries, The Trinity, Corpus Christi; central beliefs to our faith, and devotional aspects as well.

Pope Leo XIII's Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Of all the devotions in the Church, devotion to the Sacred Heart remains one of the most popular and widespread devotions in the Catholic Church.

Pope Francis beatifies martyred nun who was stabbed 19 times

Pope Francis beatified Maria Laura Mainetti, a nun who was martyred by stabbing in 2001. The public beatification took place on June 6, 2021, twenty-one years to-the-day after her martyrdom.

'The 'Superman' priests end up badly': Pope Francis offers powerful message to young priests

Pope Francis told a group of young French priests on Monday that weakness is a chance for encounter with God, and not something they should try to overcome by their own strength.

Celebrate Sunday Mass - Corpus Christi Sunday - 6.6.21

The video for Sunday's Mass will be made available to view on Sunday morning.

The Love Signified By The Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Archbishop of Toronto released a pastoral letter earlier this year offering meditations on and insights into the significance of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, to which the month of June is dedicated.

It's 'Pride Month' How should Catholics respond?

June is "Pride" month, a time when those with same-sex attraction receive special recognition from businesses, government officials, and even institutions like schools and churches. As Catholics, we know same-sex relations are wrong, so how should we respond to a culture that tells us sin is okay?