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She gave her life for her unborn baby — here’s what her husband has to say

Agnieszka Pisuła, doctor and the mother of 4 children, lived her faith fully even in adversity.

What’s the right way to answer “How many children do you have?” when you’ve miscarried?

A child is no less remembered and loved when his parents keep his memory private in the secret of their hearts...

Elderly couple share last moments together on their 66th wedding anniversary

Thanks to thoughtful nurses, a couple who were patients in the same hospital spent their final

What to say to a mom after a miscarriage

The little gestures and heartfelt words make a difference.

In tragic and senseless shootings, heroes still shine

A look at some of the brave and selfless men who've risked their lives for others — some paying the ultimate price.

Do we become angels when we die?

The truth behind a popular belief.

Why you should take cemetery walks during the month of November

While it may seen strange, walking amidst the graves of those who've gone before us is amazingly edifying.

The Church asks us to focus on “4 Last Things”: What are they?

Meditating on these four topics helps us orient our lives to what truly matters in this world.

The last words of 11 saints before they died

"Tell my boys that I wait for them all in Paradise.”

What do Catholics believe regarding cremation?

It is an accepted practice of the Church, but still has a few rules behind it.