We Are Catholic


What does it mean to be Catholic in today's world? There are many lies and distortions placed upon the Church by the world and the evil spirits that prowl it. So we must proclaim the truth loudly!

We must be a people of joy, a people of faith, hope, and love. We must proclaim our faith not only in words but in who we are and what we do, each and every day.

We are Catholic, and that means taking up our crosses, walking in the path of Christ, and loving one another while conforming our hearts to God's.

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Encouraging Eucharistic Adoration


"Throughout the culture and on today's modern campuses students are bombarded with so many seductive images and ideas to tempt them that they might easily lose sight of the importance of their values and Catholic faith. Our mission is to help students by strengthening their faith through Eucharistic Adoration. The CNS Adoration Campaign promotes the tradition of Eucharistic Adoration to students and campus ministers.In the Fall of 2007 CNS began working with the Real Presence Association to bring the Vatican's International Exhibition Eucharistic Miracles of the World to students throughout the country. Since then, countless students have been impacted by the power of the exhibit."

Published courtesy of the Cardinal Newman Society, Manassas, VA.

Every Wednesday is Baclaran Day


Every Wednesday throughout the year, more than 100,000 devotees flock to the National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Redemptorist, Baclaran, Philippines.

Eucharistic Adoration


To inspire us and inform us about Eucharistic Adoration and what the Roman Catholic Church believes and upholds as true.

Fr. Barron comments on Eucharistic Adoration


Another part of a video series from Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit