Confession is the sacrament by which we confess, and are absolved of, our sins by a priest.
The ‘Incarnation’ is the term Catholics use when we talk about God taking on a human nature.
What exactly is confession and how do we do it? Find out here!
How do we develop good habits? By learning the virtues and avoiding the vices!
Catholics have devotions because they help us form good habits that help to sanctify people, places and things.
How do we live a faithful Christian life in the world? Prayer, knowledge, sacraments and a moral life among other things!
The Paschal mystery is the Passion, death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Learn more about it here!
The Trinity is the one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Learn more about this here.
Scripture and Tradition together constitute the single deposit of revealed truth given by God to the Church.
Why do Catholics seem to care so much more about Mary than other Christians? Find out why here!
In general, Catholic mysticism is the belief that union with the divine may be attained through contemplation, prayer and self-surrender.
Eucharistic adoration is considered to be the summit of prayer; all other forms of prayer are to supplement this.
Designed to be a way of praying that helps us to come to God open-heartily and as we are. This prayer style is both beneficial to do by itself or along with other styles.
The sacrament of reconciliation is one of the greatest gifts God has given us to help in our journey through life.
When we pray we will face many challenges at different stages, but none more so than this.