Part of the beauty of the Catholic Church comes from the richness and significance of our traditions, especially in the days leading up to Easter.
On Independence Day, Americans commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence that signals the birth of our country.
The Catholic Church devotes each month of the year to a particular aspect of the faith and the Church dedicates May to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
This season of Lent provides us with an opportunity to contemplate God’s mercy, most perfectly revealed and made present to us in Jesus Christ.
If we really want to change our lives, habits, and health, we must not only pay attention to our interior disposition, but bodily as well.
At the end of each of our Pietra Fitness classes, you will have the opportunity to meditate on the spiritual reading with the accompaniment of sacred music...
Haven't had the most focused Advent? It's okay. Let's start again. Jesus is waiting to make all things new.
Thanksgiving is the perfect preparation for Advent! It solves the problem of a distracted and harried season even before we get to the starting line.
On November 2nd the Church celebrates the feast of All Souls and kicks off a month dedicated to remember and pray for the Holy Souls.
We now know what Christian meditation is, and how it differs from other forms of meditation, so let’s talk more about how to practice it.
In Part-Two of this series, we will look at how the focus and goal of Christian meditation is quite different than Eastern non-Christian meditation.
Meditation can indeed be beneficial for our overall health. But are all forms of meditation equal?