Join us for the Annunciation Novena: March 16th-24th

In the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph, of the house of David, and the virgin’s name was Mary. And coming to her, he said, “Hail, favored one! The Lord is with you.”

Novena to Our Lady of Lourdes: February 2nd-10th

Our Lady, who appeared in many visions to young Saint Bernadette Soubirous, proclaimed to “I am the Immaculate Conception.” Bernadette, who was poor and sickly, decried the woman as “dressed in a white robe, girded at the waist with a blue ribbon. She wore upon her head a white veil which gave just a glimpse of hair.

Novena to St. Cecilia: November 13th-21st

We begin the Novena to Saint Cecilia, patron Saint of music and one of the most famous Roman martyrs. It is said that she became the patroness of musicians after singing heartily to God at her wedding because she didn’t want to get married.

Novena to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque: October 7th-15th

Jesus chose to reveal His Sacred Heart to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque in 1674. After having a difficult home life and struggling with her health, St. Margaret Mary knew what it meant to suffer. She was able to receive consolation and hope when she turned to the Sacred Heart.

St. Joseph: Example for Today’s Christian Family

It is, then, natural and worthy that as the Blessed Joseph ministered to all the needs of the family at Nazareth and surrounded them with his protection, he should now cover with the cloak of his heavenly patronage and defend the Church of Jesus Christ.

Blessed Carlo Acutis: A Model of Holiness

Carlo Acutis, an English-born Italian Catholic youth, was beatified by the Catholic Church in Assisi, Italy on October 10, 2020. His life is inspiring, not only for young people, but for every Christian.

St. Joseph “The Protective Father”

Joseph faithfully and obediently accepted the will of God, and he fulfilled God’s trust in him by caring for, protecting, and guarding God’s greatest treasures upon earth: Jesus and Mary. In the Gospel, St. Joseph was called to be the husband of Mary, and in accepting to do so, he was also taking the responsibility to take charge of and protect Jesus as his son.