The Little Sisters of the Poor Campaign: ‘A Million Families, a Million Rosaries’

During Portugal’s 1974 Carnation Revolution, Our Lady said to Sister Lucia, “When a million families pray the rosary, the revolution will end.” The Little Sisters of the Poor are launching a campaign against the coronavirus.  After much prayer and contemplation about the coronavirus Mother General, Mother Maria del Monte Auxiliadora …

Coronavirus: Bishop Sullivan Extends Closure of Catholic Schools to May 15th

On Saturday, March 14th, 2020, Bishop Sullivan announced the closure of all Catholic schools in the Diocese of Camden effective Monday, March 16th, 2020, in order to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus. Given the current situation at hand and Governor Phil Murphy’s extension of the school’s closure, the …

Archdiocese of Turin to Live Stream Shroud of Turin Display on Holy Saturday

Archbishop Nosiglia, announcing the display, said he received “thousands and thousands” of messages “asking me if, in this time of grave difficulty we are going through, it would be possible to pray this Holy Week before the shroud” and ask God “the grace to defeat evil as he did, trusting …

The Miraculous Crucifix: How it Saved Rome and Could Save the World Today

Written by Marion Buondonno For those of us who were glued to our computers on March 27 when Pope Francis gave the “Urbi et Orbi” Blessing, I would assume you witnessed the Pope bow and pray before the crucifix that was outside in St. Peters Square. But did you know this …

Coronavirus: How to Partake in Mass if You’re Homebound

Yesterday, Bishop Sullivan announced he would be dispensing all Catholics in the area from their obligation to attend Sunday Mass. While this doesn’t mean you simply don’t have to go, it does means people such as the elderly, those not feeling well, and those with compromised immune systems can be …