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Devotions and Feasts

Our collection of articles on the many different expressions of love and fidelity that arise from the intersection of one's own faith, culture, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

8 Different All Saints Day celebrations in November

Certain religious orders and countries celebrate their own All Saints Days in the month of November.

Pope prays at tiny graves of stillborn infants, invites us to journey with the light of the Beatitudes

We have hope of arriving to be with the Love that awaits us, says pope on All Souls Day

All Saints Day unites us with our “next door” saints too, says Francis

Invites us to learn from them on this "family feast": to choose victory through the Beatitudes as they did

Padre Pio and Ronald Knox with a feast day lesson on prejudice in the Church

The lowliest person in the world’s eyes may be someone to whom we owe reverence

Anything but helpless during this dark time: Let us call on this power

The shed Blood of Jesus has matchless power for binding his disciples to God, to atone for sin, and to defeat the diabolical.

What does the word “Halloween” mean?

The Christian meaning of the word is often forgotten and lost in modern celebrations.

The Catholic origins of trick-or-treating

Around October 31, European Catholics had a tradition of children visiting houses, begging for treats.

These are the words Jesus said to renew devotion to his Sacred Heart

We live in a love-hungry world. No wonder he revealed this message.

Here’s how John Paul II taught others to pray the Rosary

He gives detailed instructions in his encyclical Rosarium Virginis Mariae.

How to pray the St. Michael Chaplet

The chaplet dates back to a private revelation in the 19th century, when St. Michael visited a Carmelite nun.

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