Tag Archive: Catholic Devotions


“Oh yes, lovely Lady, we shall come to this grotto not far from home…”



“‘Demons often make their presence known by scratching––on your walls, your ceilings, your closet, you name it. It’s a way of simultaneously playing with you, piquing your curiosity and frightening you; sort of their calling card or knock upon the door, if you like, saying, ‘Lemme in.’'” (Rated: PG)

The Confessional: A Treasure Unlocked

Learn about the treasures of the Sacrament of Confession in this powerful short story by Ashley Osmera.

Following the Light: An Epiphany Reflection

Fr. Frank Sacks, Chaplain of the Mother Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg, MD, shares this reflection about the search of the Wise Men for the Christ Child and the meaning of the Epiphany in our own stories of conversion.

Lovely Lady Dressed in Blue: Mary’s Role in the Incarnation

As Christmas draws near, let us call to mind the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Incarnation of Jesus Christ.

Mary’s Carol

“What was it like to gaze on His face, to press Him to your heart, to know that He came to save our race, that one day you would part?”

The Immaculate Conception

“Unblemished for thy length of days, no trace of sin did thou condone…”