Another Fatima Anniversary Passes
In August of 1931, Sr. Lucy received another revelation regarding the consecration to Russia. Read more about it here in honor of its 88th anniversary.
A Valuable Resource
This site that was shown to me over the last few weeks has free online traditional Catholic books. If you want to read up on your traditional faith, but have a low book budget, this would be a great place to start (we're all about saving money here!). Check it out here.
Should We Give up Meat on Fridays Outside of Lent?
This question is one with a lot of confusion surrounding it. Thankfully, Matthew Plese has written a wonderful article explaining it!
Hard Questions Surrounding Vaccines
Here, Mother Miriam—in her radio show, Mother Miriam Live—discusses the ethics of using vaccines that were made from aborted fetal tissue. Give it a listen here.
An Exciting Announcement!
We are excited to announce that we've added a small shop to our site featuring Mater's original artwork! Everything is downloadable and on sale for our first weekend going live. We have coloring pages featuring indulgenced prayers that your children can learn that correspond to the monthly and daily devotions the Church has set out for us. We also have some homeschooling and resources with the same themes and will be introducing more products (like some of Pater's woodworking!) soon. Check it out here and tell your friends!
Feminism & Women's Role Under Attack
Mater's article here on how women can become the wives they're called to be was met with a lot of praise...along with some pushback. In light of this, we want to feature one of Fr. Ripperger's talks on Feminism and women to further explain our viewpoint. Listen here via Sensus Fidelium's wonderful channel.
September Is Dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows
A great way to honor this month's devotion would be to practice devotion to Our Lady's Seven Sorrows. Here is a .pdf with more information for you to read and share with your friends and family.
Saturday Evening Reading
For this Saturday evening's reading, we're going to focus on preparing for the holiest day of the week: Sunday! We'll tell you how we have changed how we celebrate the Lord's Day in the hopes that it will inspire you to do it as well. Check out our post here, and have a wonderful, holy Lord's Day!