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What Is The Second Vatican Council? And, Why Did It Create Controversy?

A New Ecumenical Council On January 25, 1959, Pope St. John XXIII took the world by surprise by calling a new ecumenical council of the universal Church. We now know this council as the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II), so called because it was held in Vatican City. An ecumenical council can be called and […]

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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 grow in our faith and traditions! Make yourself notes, write it on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You could use a prayer already associated with the […]

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Bowing vs. Genuflecting

“Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father (Philippians 2:9-11).” […]

The Liturgy, The Summit Of The Church

Elevate the Liturgy || Source and Summit with Jethro Higgins How do we elevate the liturgy in our parishes? Join Drew and Katie Taylor from Catholic-Link as they interview Jethro Higgins from Source & Summit about sacred music Learn more ➡️ https://www.sourceandsummit.com/ Source and Summit has created a missal for local parishes to be able […]

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No Drums? No Guitars? Why The Organ Is The Catholic Church’s Favorite

Tra Le Sollecitudini – “Among the cares” In November 1903, Pope St. Pius X issued the Motu Proprio “Tra Le Sollecitudini” which is Italian for “Among the cares.” It is worth reexamining this excellent writing to glean from it the wisdom which endures. Of course, liturgical law has changed in many ways since 1903, but […]

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Struggling With Fasting? These Resources Will Help

Fasting is a powerful and beautiful way of living out penance and self-denial, both important aspects of the Christian life. Scripture affirms the importance of this form of sacrifice and prayer, “Even now,” declares the Lord, “return to me with all your heart, with fasting and weeping and mourning.” (Joel 2:12) But, it can be difficult. These resources […]

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5 Ways To Elevate Your Experience Of The Liturgy

Elevating Your Experience Of The Liturgy After more than a year of dispensations from attending the Mass, Catholics around the world are taking a look at the liturgy with fresh eyes. As the saying goes “absence makes the heart grow fonder.” For a few, the pandemic may have been a cause for greater separation from […]

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The Correct Way To Make The Sign Of The Cross

The Sign of the Cross is a Catholic tradition and a simple prayer on its own. There is a correct way to make the Sign of the Cross and specific times to do the Sign of the Cross. Father George answers all this and discusses the Catholic tradition of making the Sign of the Cross. […]

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Genuflect Or Bow? When, Where, And Why This Is Part Of The Catholic Faith!

(Special Thanks to Adoremus and Dr. Denis McNamara) The heavy lifting and much of the inspiration for this article is offered by Dr. Denis McNamara’s fantastic article “Altar as Alter Christus: Ontology and Sacramentality” from Adoremus. The Church is deeply indebted to Dr. McNamara for his passion, knowledge, and love of Jesus Christ and the […]

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Catholic Communion Resources

Should Pro-Choice Catholics Be Denied Communion

Should Pro-Choice Catholics Be Denied Communion People who are pro-choice must form their own conscience regarding reception of Holy Eucharist. Public pro-choice politicians should not receive communion. Pro-choice and receiving Communion, public sin versus private sin, a minister’s responsibility in offering Holy Communion. Supporting abortion and receiving communion, being denied communion as a pro-choice Catholic. […]

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