The Death Of Jesus Was The Price For Our Life

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The Death Of Jesus Was The Price For Our Life

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Les Miserables Catholic Review

Les Miserables: The Cross As A Way Of Salvation

Over the years there have been many adaptations of the monumental work of Victor Hugo‘s Les Miserables. These include a musical adaptation originally presented in 1980 in France, which later was translated into several languages. The major motion picture we are discussing, directed by Tom Hooper and starring renowned actors like Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and […]

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palm sunday

Entering Into The Mystery Of Palm Sunday

To go to Mass, to enter into a moment of prayer, to say the name of “Jesus,” to meditate upon his death and resurrection, what does it all really mean? Is it just a routine, a family tradition, a myth, a joke? Is there anything real behind it? Nominated “Best Religious Short Video” in the […]

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2 Criminals Show Us Why the Crucified Jesus Is The Perfect Image of God's Love

Two Criminals Show Why The Crucified Jesus Is The Perfect Image Of God’s Love

Today’s video speaks to us, above all, through its simplicity. The Passion of Christ, an event celebrated and remembered in so many forms, enriched with symbols, meditations, and music, was in itself very simple. The symbols were all too real: a hammer and a few nails, now stained with blood. The meditation was clear: those […]

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What should you do on Good Friday

25 Things You Can Do On Good Friday To Remember Christ’s Sacrifice

Good Friday is the most solemn day of the year for Christians. This is the day when we remember Christ’s death on the cross for us. We remember the suffering He endured for our sake. We are reminded of the depths of His love for us. Do not let Good Friday go by as just […]

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The Crown And The Cross Go Together | Catholic-Link.org More Resources On The Cross Of Christ

The Crown And The Cross Go Together | Catholic-Link.org

The Crown And The Cross Go Together | Catholic-Link.org   More Resources On The Cross Of Christ Related content: Love Held Jesus To The Cross | Catholic-Link.org The Wounds Of Jesus | Catholic-Link.org A Man Cannot Be Perfected Without Trials | Catholic-Link.org When We Walk With God | Catholic-Link.org Our Problems Are Never Bigger Than […]

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Christ on Cross

Why Christ’s Sacrifice On Good Friday Is So Much More Than Just A Few Hours On The Cross

With all the evil and suffering in the world, how does the less than twenty hours of the Passion of our Lord atone for all of the evil of human history? Many new Christians hear the saving message that Christ died to save them upon the Cross. But, how exactly does this one action redeem […]

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Good Friday Video Jesus' Last Day And The Temptation Of Peter

Jesus’ Last Day And The Temptation Of Peter

Pope Francis has reminded us of a fundamental truth: there is no Christianity without the Cross. Daily, we are presented with the temptation of St. Peter: Lord, “I will follow you, but let us not speak of the Cross; I will follow you on other terms, but without the Cross.” Consequently, when we live with […]

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Only Jesus Could Build A Bridge To Heaven

Only Jesus Could Build A Bridge To Heaven

Only Jesus Could Build A Bridge To Heaven More Catholic Resources To Learn About Jesus Related content: Wise Men Still Seek Jesus 10 Quotes On Heaven From The Saints The Cross Of Jesus: 5 Quotes From The Saints The 7 Last Words Of Jesus 4 Movies About The Life Of Jesus To Watch This Lent […]

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What Is The Miraculous Medal?

“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”Prayer of the Miraculous Medal What Is The Miraculous Medal? The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “Sacramentals are sacred signs instituted by the Church. They prepare men to receive...

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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