The Presentation in the Temple was an important moment in the life of Jesus. The Church marks the occasion with the feast of the Presentation of the Lord (celebrated on 2nd February) and as the Fourth Joyful Mystery of the Rosary.
Forty days after Christmas, on 2nd February, the church celebrates the Presentation of the Lord. But why is it called Candlemas? Help children understand and celebrate the Presentation of the Lord with these fun activities.
In the Vatican offices is an icon of Mary with her finger pressed to her lips called Our Lady of Silence. One of the elements of this devotion is five mysteries of the rosary dedicated to the silence of Jesus and Mary.
Delve deeper into Scripture with these reflections on the calling of the first apostles, and their subsequent mission. How does the actions of the disciples affect us today? What bearing does Scripture have on our lives? Find the answers in this blog.
There are many misunderstandings around chastity. Often confused with celibacy, it has been banished by a society obsessed with sex and the endless pursuit of pleasure. In this blog, discover the true purpose and value of chastity, a virtue we are all called to in our particular state of life.
The Jesus Prayer isn't just something you pray with your lips, but with your mind and your heart. Learn how to say this most popular prayer in this blog.