The Original Image: Bishop Robert Barron, Jim Gaffigan, Harry Connick, Jr. and more share about Divine Mercy

The image of Divine Mercy is familiar to many Catholics. It portrays Jesus with rays of red and white pouring from His chest. The rays symbolize the blood and water that poured from Jesus’ heart at his crucifixion – a sign of His love and mercy for all. What many don’t know is that the original image of Divine Mercy… Read more →

Listen to Fr. Paul Scalia’s moving homily at his father’s funeral

At his father’s funeral Mass, Reverend Paul Scalia delivered a moving homily for Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last week at the age of 79. Rev. Scalia spoke on his father’s “deep Catholic faith.” “In the past week, many have recounted what dad did for them. But here, today, we recount what God did for dad; how He… Read more →

Quality Catholic TV online

Several Catholic television networks are available LIVE and On Demand online for free. If you do not subscribe to a cable/satellite network or your cable/satellite network does not carry Catholic television, you can watch LIVE broadcasts or On Demand programming from these good Catholic television networks: EWTN, Salt and Light Media (Canadian Catholic Television) and The CatholicTV Network Live Broadcast Feeds EWTN – North… Read more →

Abbey of Our Lady of New Clairvaux

The Abbey of Our Lady of New Clairvaux in Vina, CA (just north of Chico) is one of 13 pilgrimage sites designated in the Diocese of Sacramento for the Jubilee Year of Mercy. The men living at the Abbey are of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (OCSO), commonly known as Trappists. The Cistercian monastic tradition dates back to… Read more →