4 Life Lessons From Mother Church

4 Life Lessons From Mother Church

 

4 Life Lessons From Mother Church

 

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4 Key Points To Understand Divine Mercy Sunday

4 Key Points To Understand Divine Mercy Sunday

4 Key Points To Understand Divine Mercy Sunday Infographic: 4 key points to understand the Feast of the Divine Mercy     More Divine Mercy Sunday Resources They Call Her “The Prophet of Mercy,” Meet St. Faustina How To Pray The Divine Mercy Chaplet: Your Step By Step Visual Guide Related content: Everything You Need […]

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Why Does The Priest Kiss The Altar? And More Altar Facts You Need To Know!

Fr. Brice Higginbotham from the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux provides excellent insight into the meaning and significance of the altar as he answers many of the questions you’ve probably never even thought to ask about this fixture present in every church. Take a minute to listen and learn something new. Why The Altar? More Thoughts On The Altar  “This […]

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Why I'm Catholic A Testimony

Why I Remain Catholic: A Personal Testimony

I am, admittedly, a ‘cradle Catholic,’ who has experienced times of great closeness to the faith, and other times when I wandered, like a dog, who suddenly finds itself outside its familiar fence, and is anxious to sniff out what the world outside might be like.  I searched for something outside, but always wandered back […]

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The End Times: The Great Warning And Illumination Of Conscience

The End Times: The Great Warning And Illumination Of Conscience

There is an alleged apparition of Our Lady at Garabandal that talks about The Great Warning and Illumination of Conscience at the end of time. According to the Marian apparition, the Great Warning is the illumination of conscience that comes shortly before the end times and everyone will personally experience an awareness of their own […]

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Pope Francis’ Message for Lent

Pope Francis’ Message for Lent

Pope Francis’ Message for Lent 2016       Related content: A Message From Pope Francis To All Mothers LGBT 5 Step Guide to Manipulating Pope Francis’ Message in the USA Lent According To Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI God’s Eternal Love Wins Always | Pope Francis Quote 12 “Pope Quotes” To Reflect On As We […]

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10 saints with a bad past

10 Saints Who Prove God’s Grace Is Bigger Than Your Sin

Have you ever heard someone say, “My sin is too big for God to forgive”? Or, maybe you yourself even feel this way at times? This is a lie that the devil would like us to believe, but the truth is no one’s sin is bigger than God’s love, mercy, and forgiveness. He has immeasurable […]

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World Religions

Watch the Historic Spread of World Religions in this 2 Minute Video

Besides the cultural interest, the video could provide you with an opportunity to explain the importance of locating ourselves within history. Ever since God became man and, in doing so, inserted himself in a particular way in our time, history has become an even more important consideration. When I say, “I believe” (the Creed), I am accepting […]

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Marian Calendar Of Feasts And Solemnities

Marian Calendar Of Feasts And Solemnities

Marian Calendar Of Feasts And Solemnities   More Marian Resources Related content: The Four Marian Dogmas Explained December Is Devoted To The Immaculate Conception | Mark Your Calendar May Is Devoted To The Blessed Virgin Mary | Mark Your Calendar! Catholic Holy Days Of Obligation 2021 Should A 5th Marian Dogma Be Added? Our Lady […]

Pope Pius XII issued an encyclical letter entitled “Mystici Corporis Christi" Mystical Body of Christ

The Church Is The “Mystical Body Of Christ”…Here’s What That Means

A Reminder in Time of War A full year before the invasion of Normandy by Allied forces during World War Two, in June 1943, Pope Pius XII issued an encyclical letter entitled “Mystici Corporis Christi.” This encyclical is nothing new in Catholic teaching but was an affirmation of the identity of the Church as the […]

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Did You Know That the Middle Ages Were in Fact “Brilliant”? 8 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Many believe that the Middles Ages were Dark Ages, a black abyss that divided the classical Greek and Roman antiquity from the “new lights” of the Modern Age. Even more, many see in religion the cause for the backwardness, precariousness, and ignorance that the medieval society allegedly lived. In reality, nothing could be farther from […]

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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...

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