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Understanding The Papal Transition From Resignation to Election

Understanding The Papal Transition From Resignation To Election

 I’m sure many will, in the following days, be curious as to how the Papal election process takes place. Much of this will focus in on the practical details and perhaps no few reporters will make some wry comment about this “transparent election” which they seem to reduce to a type of exotic and anti-modern […]

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Do You Sound Like A Robot When You Say The Creed?

Do You Sound Like A Robot When You Say The Creed?

The Creed is a prayer that we recite at Sunday Mass, week in, week out, but do we really think about what we are saying? This is one of many great videos made by Outside da Box, who strive to bring the Lord Jesus to young people through digital media. A Deeper Look At The […]

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You Are Not Alone!

ear Brothers and Sisters in the Middle East, Weeks ago, we listened to the dramatic petitions of Cardinal Fernando Filoni, the personal envoy of Pope Francis. They came after his visits with Iraq population,  Christians and the Yazidis minorities, both of which have been for weeks victims of an intense and ferocious persecution by fundamentalist militias […]

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Proud to be Catholic

“We Are Catholic”: The Video That Will Make You Proud To Be Catholic!

Today we present a beautiful video made by  Defend Us In Battle. I must say that after watching it… I felt proud to be a Catholic. It does make me wonder though, how can we, who have received so much, be afraid sometimes or even ashamed to share it? “Dear friends, may no adversity paralyze you. Be afraid […]

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A Catholic Symphonic Flashmob?!

In order to shine a bit of light on the parallel I want to make with this video, I  will start out with the words of Christ: “The glory which thou hast given me, I have given to them; that they may be one, as we also are one… and the world may know that […]

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saint What Does It Take To Officially Be Declared A Catholic Saint?

What Does It Take To Officially Be Declared A Catholic Saint?

Today’s video offers a quick and clear explanation of the Church’s official process which leads up to the moment of canonization. The Catechism (828) explains: Finally, let us remember that the canonization process isn’t designed for us to simply cheer from the stands, rather to discover in their example inspiration and courage to become we […]

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Longing for God: Three Homosexuals Share their Testimony about Returning to the Church

What more can I say about this extraordinary video, this moving “sincerity hour.” Perhaps it is enough to say that Perhaps it is enough to say that these testimonies deserve to be watched and listened to, above all for their sincerity. Here, we aren’t talking about worn-out discourses launched from the pulpit, or abstract apologetics, […]

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Who is the Patron Saint of Your Profession?

Who Is The Patron Saint Of Your Profession?

Nowadays it is common to hear people say, “There’s an app for that.” about anything and everything.  But long before we had apps, we had Saints.  There truly is a patron saint for just about everything from oversleeping (Saint Vitus) to clowns (St. Julian the Hospitaler). Finding a patron Saint for the profession you have […]

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What Bible Character Are You? | QUIZ

When reading Holy Scripture, we can’t help but discover certain traits in the various characters of the bible that we can identify with. Whether it be those who walked side by side with the Lord Jesus, or those who proved their faith in God time and time again in the Old Testament, each one of […]

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Official Blessing For Your Christmas Manger And Nativity Scene

Once you have your Nativity Scene all set up, take some time to ask for God’s blessing as a family. In its present form, the custom of displaying figures depicting the birth of Jesus Christ owes its origin to St. Francis of Assisi, who made the Christmas crèche or manger for Christmas Eve of 1223. The […]

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“In the midst of current tensions, we invite Catholics around the country to join us in fasting and praying the Rosary on Friday, May 13, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Let us offer our prayers and fasting for these intentions: For our nation, for the integrity...

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