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  • How to Get the Greatest Spiritual Benefit Out of Praying the Morning Offering

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Jan 19, 2022
    The morning offering is a long-standing practice in the Catholic Church, but what is it? The morning offering is the habit of beginning each day with a prayer by which we consecrate all of our daily actions, trials, and triumphs to God and thereby live each moment of the day in union with Jesus.
  • St. Antony & the Virtue of Stabilitas

    Kenzie Worthing - Jan 17, 2022
    St. Antony of Egypt is our man to look towards at the beginning of this new year, whether we have resolutions to keep or whether we simply want to persevere in the circumstances in which God allows us to find ourselves. 
  • How to Create a Mission Statement for the New Year

    Rachel Forton - Jan 7, 2022
    Much deeper than a New Year’s Resolution, crafting a mission statement for the new year gives you a perfect opportunity to reflect on your spiritual state and set a goal that will help you grow closer to Christ in the next year.
  • Advent Week 1 Reflections: Mary’s Vow and the Swaddling Clothes

    John Kubasak - Dec 3, 2021
    The second chapter of The Advent Story moves to Cora’s record of her visions.  Two things stood out to me: Mary’s vow of virginity and the swaddling clothes.
  • Short Scripture: The 4 One-Page Books of the New Testament

    John Kubasak - Nov 9, 2021
    As much as the New Testament has been studied, the one-page books often get left out. Today’s blog offers some background and reflection on the books of Philemon, 2 John, 3 John, and Jude.
  • Thy Will Be Done: St. Joseph & Preparing For a Happy Death

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Nov 5, 2021
    As the end of the year of Saint Joseph approaches, it seems natural to reflect on the end of the life of Saint Joseph. One of Joseph’s most common titles is “Patron of the dying”. It is often said that Saint Joseph is the Patron of a happy death because he died surrounded by Jesus and Mary. However, Saint Joseph’s life has many lessons to teach us about how to prepare for a happy death.  
  • All Souls Day: How & Why We Pray For the Dead

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Nov 4, 2021
    As Christians, we approach death differently. All Souls Day (as well as the whole month of November) is the day we commemorate all those who have died, but with the hope of eternal life. Specifically, it is a day that we pray that God’s promise is fulfilled.  
  • Jesus, Our Guest In Little Things

    John Kubasak - Oct 26, 2021
    The process of prayer, perseverance in struggles, and submission to the will of God can transform a day.  Jesus is there from start to finish: we pray to commune with Him; persevering through difficulties leads us to desire Him more; submitting ourselves to the will of God brings us even closer to Him.  Let us draw closer to Him so that He may draw us closer to Himself. 
  • 4 Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from St. Teresa of Avila

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Oct 15, 2021
    St. Teresa of Avila transformed the life of prayer of the Church. Although herself a mystic and Doctor of the Church, she provides us with means of prayer that are accessible to all. 
  • How to Grow Your Own Devotion to Our Lady of Aparecida

    Jeannie Ewing - Oct 13, 2021
    Knowing that God imparts specific graces to us through Mary under different titles, as we invoke Our Lady of Aparecida, we can ask her for greater unity among all peoples of different races and creeds, and peace in our hearts, homes, and communities.
  • A Heart to Heart with the Poetry of St. John Henry Newman

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Oct 7, 2021
    Sara and Justin Kraft reflect on the beauty of the life and poems of St. John Henry Newman and how his poetry can inspire our own prayer, our own "heart to heart" with God.
  • A Chain of Thought: 4 Quotes on the Rosary from Cora Evans

    John Kubasak - Oct 5, 2021
    Among the publications of Cora Evans’ writings, Gems provides insights into the intricacies of the Catholic faith.  These come from Cora’s life of prayer, mystical experiences, and deep relationship with Christ.  Cora had many reflections on the rosary, that John Kubasak hopes will result in a deeper devotion to this wonderful prayer.  
  • How Different Titles of Mary Can Fuel Our Devotion

    Hannah Crites - Sep 30, 2021
    Queen of Heaven, Virgin Mary, Madonna, Our Lady of Lourdes, Mother of God, Immaculate Conception. There are so many names that we as Catholics use to address the mother of Jesus. Out of these, we can be inspired to grow in devotion and love with her.
  • 7 Interesting Facts About Our Guardian Angels

    Hannah Crites - Sep 28, 2021
    We really don’t know much about guardian angels, but we hear about them all the time. As we approach the Feast of Guardian Angels on October 2 let’s learn a little about our heavenly friends who are on this journey with us. 
  • Seven Sorrows of Mary: Accompanying Jesus On His Way to the Cross

    Jeannie Ewing - Sep 16, 2021
    We can grieve with the Heart of Mary. We know she reflected deeply upon everything her Son endured throughout His life, likely knowing that it would end in death. Because of that, what Jesus suffered, Mary also suffered. And this is true of those who love both Jesus and Mary. We can be assured that, as we turn to them in our darkest and most despondent moments, they genuinely accompany us, unseen but present, through every loss and every pain.
The Ultimate List of U.S. Catholic Shrines

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The Advent Story

The Advent Story

Available just in time for the Advent and Christmas season! The Advent Story details the events of the birth of Jesus Christ and his early life as revealed through private revelation to Cora Evans. Interspersed with Scripture passages, this book brings the Christmas narrative to life and inspires renewed reflection on the Incarnation.

A Time to Laugh and a Time to Weep

A Time to Laugh and a Time to Weep

NOW AVAILABLE! A Time to Laugh and A Time to Weep is a prayerful journey for healing, forgiveness, charity, kindness, and courage that traverses the highs and lows of motherhood and faith in light of Cora Evans’ writings. Travel alongside Cora Evans and Jeannie Ewing — one a woman of the early twentieth century, another a modern Catholic living in the frenzied, post-modern Information Age — and realize that truth, beauty, and wisdom exist outside of time.

Letter Lessons

Letter Lessons

The newest addition to The Cora Evans Library. “If any man would come after Me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily, and follow Me” (Lk 9:23). Being a Catholic Christian is a call to action. Our God is not passive or indifferent or lukewarm. He is active, involved, and on fire. And He is vying with the devil for your soul. Following Jesus takes perseverance, self-denial, trust, and total commitment. This is not a book about Jesus; it’s about you and how you open yourself to Him in ways you’ve never even considered.”



The reflections of Cora Evans included in Gems reveal many new details about Catholic truths, deeper knowledge of theological truths, and new light and evidence to the deposit of faith, especially regarding the humanity of Christ, the Holy Eucharist and the indwelling of Christ.

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