Monthly Archives: March 2013

Presbyterian Convert: Fr. Carter Griffin

Father Carter Griffin is a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC. Raised Presbyterian, he converted to Catholicism while attending Princeton University.  My big mistake was attending a Catholic Mass. It began innocently enough, visiting a Catholic friend who attended a … Continue reading

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Originally posted on 8 Kids And A Business:
If you’re of a certain age, you’ll recognize the title from an old folk hymn; we sang it repeatedly at Folk Mass in the 70’s and early 80’s.  While the song itself is…

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The Church’s Wealth?

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The Feastof St. Joseph

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The New Pope & Homoheresy

The new Pope will have to battle the militant homosexuals within the clergy. Read the report here…

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Scott Hahn- Where is the Eucharistic Sacrifice in the Bible?

Excerpt from the talk given at Franciscan University Liturgy Conference October 15, 2011: Paschal Sacrifice- A Heavenly Banquet for Earthly Beggars

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Text of Pope Francis' First Homily

We must take up the cross… In these three readings I see that there is something in common: it is movement. In the first reading, movement is the journey [itself]; in the second reading, movement is in the up-building of … Continue reading

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Truth… 1

Originally posted on Rightlinks Blog – Because I didn't fight communism in Vietnam so that I could surrender to communism in America…:
Truth… The really great thing about truth is that it never changes. It’s always true… It is…

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Watch Pope Francis Make His First Appearance

Hebamus Papam! Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires, Argentina, who was announced to be Pope Francis, appeared on the Vatican balcony to greet onlookers in St. Peter’s Square and say a prayer. He is the first pontiff from South … Continue reading

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The Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano

The Miracle of Lanciano is officially recognized by the Catholic Church as a true Eucharistic Miracle. It was the first and greatest Eucharistic Miracle of the Catholic Church. This wondrous Event took place in the 8th century A.D. in the … Continue reading

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How can we know Jesus is really present in the Eucharist?

Catholic Answers Live Host Patrick Coffin explains the Catholic belief in Transubstantiation to an interested caller. Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano

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What about the bad Popes?

Does the existence of a few bad popes in history somehow negate the Catholic belief in papal infallibility? Catholic Answers Live Host Patrick Coffin and Tim Staples discuss. Catholic Answers is one of the nation’s largest lay-run apostolates of Catholic … Continue reading

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The Didachae

The Didache was pretty much the first catechism and was written in the mid-first century, possibly before much of the New Testament. It made its way around the early Church and was read during liturgical services (Mass). Here are the … Continue reading

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Difference in Protestants and Catholics – Steve Ray (Audio)

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