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Scripture in the Mass

Some of our Protestant friends are of the opinion that the Order of the Mass is somehow not consistent with sacred scripture.  They couldn’t be more wrong.  In fact, the Mass is the world’s greatest celebration of the scriptures, as it … Continue reading

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Catherine of Sienna

Today we celebrate the life and sainthood of Catherine of Sienna.  Below is a short synopsis from Catholic Online of the life of this holy woman. St. Catherine of Siena was born during the outbreak of the plague in Siena, … Continue reading

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The Rules for Lent

I am often asked about the specific rules of the Church during Lent.  Here they are: Lent is a time for reflection and spiritual renewal, a time to examine one’s relationships with God and with others. The Church also calls … Continue reading

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Saint Agatha

I have a confession to make.  I know practically nothing about Saint Agatha.  In fact, there are many saints that I know little or nothing about.  Does that make me a bad Catholic?  I hope not.  It does, though, remind … Continue reading

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Timothy and Titus

Paul had a number of friends that helped his with his ministry of the gospel.  Today we honor two of those companions, Timothy and Titus. Paul, a slave of God and Apostle of Jesus Christ for the sake of the … Continue reading

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The Culture War

An amazing talk.  Peter Kreeft speaks truth.  The best 45 minutes you will spend today.   +3

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Wisdom Out of Africa

  ROME, October 19, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — While some say a majority of Synod Fathers support allowing different national regions to establish their own ways of dealing with contentious issues such as homosexuality and divorce, Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria … Continue reading

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