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Faith & Life

4 Catholic Recipes To Help You Stay On-Trend With Liturgical Living

Liturgical living is trending. Tradition is being reignited in unexpected ways, even meal planning. Since our primary meal was given…

St. Francis Rebuild My Church
Catholic Faith

5 Things St. Francis Teaches Us About Rebuilding The Church

St. Francis of Assisi is arguably one of the most beloved and venerated Catholic saints (after Mary and Joseph, obviously)….

October Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic

October Is Devoted To The Holy Rosary | Mark Your Calendar!

Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? This year, let’s focus on each devotion month-by-month to…

In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, there is a liturgical battle brewing between two allowed postures of the priest: ad orientem and versus populum.

The Modern Liturgical Battle Brewing Among Catholics

Context of the Controversy In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, there is a liturgical battle brewing between two…

guardian angel
Faith & Life

12 Works Of Our Guardian Angel (St. Bonaventure)

St. Bonaventure researched and wrote about the twelve works of our Guardian Angel. Watch this short video to find out…

Catholic Church Candles
Catholic Faith

What Does The Catholic Church Do With All Those Candles?

Good question, right? Why does the Church use so many candles?  The answer lies within the tradition and history of…

Four Marian Dogmas of the Catholic Church
Catholic Church

The Four Marian Dogmas Explained

  There are four Marian (related to Mary) Dogmas.  Dogmas are those doctrines of the Church which have been defined…

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Easter

3 Ways To Celebrate The Easter Octave

It’s Easter! Yes, really, it is STILL Easter. The Church, in her great joy and celebration of Easter, celebrates eight…

Pope Francis

She Hears The Risen Jesus | Mary Magdalene

Pope Francis said of Mary Magdalene – “at the time of tears and abandonment, she hears the Risen Jesus who…

Recite “Te Deum” On The Last Day Of The Year For A Plenary Indulgence

O God, we praise Thee and acknowledge Thee to be the Supreme Lord. Everlasting Father, all the earth worships Thee….

Catholic Church

Beautiful, Ancient Holy Saturday Homily

“What is happening? Today there is a great silence over the earth, a great silence, and stillness, a great silence…

G.K. Chesterton

St. Peter’s Imperfection: Why the Church was founded on a weak man

When Christ at a symbolic moment was establishing His great society, He chose for its cornerstone neither the brilliant Paul…