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Our Lady Of Guadalupe, Pray For Us

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On The Feast Of The Immaculate Conception

O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee… *H/T @Mimi_5_

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Trent Horn vs. Dr. James R. White – Can a Christian Lose Their Salvation? (Full Debate)

Apologist Trent Horn and Dr. James R. White of Alpha and Omega Ministries debate the theology surrounding the topic: “Can A Christian Lose Their Salvation?” This debate was moderated by Michael O’Fallon on January 18, 2017. Sovereign Alliance sponsored the … Continue reading

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The Mystical Calvary Of The Alter

AVE MARIA, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc, et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.

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Art Befitting The Day

 

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Only The Heroic…

Now is not the time to falter… Hang in there…

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Updates To Inspirational Catholic Quotes

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Fr. Mitch Pacwa & Dr. Gregory and Lisa Popcak – Catholic Answers Live – 11/09/17

Fr. Mitch is one of the greats. And the Popcaks are remarkable. Rights, The Flood – this is awesome,  what saves us, ordination of women, how to tell what’s historical in the Old Testament and what’s a parable, and a … Continue reading

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Catholic Response to the Reformation with Bishop Frederick Campbell

Bishop Frederick Campbell (PhD in history from The Ohio State University) discusses the Catholic response to the corruption in the Catholic Church as it emerged from the Middle Ages. Bishop Campbell particularly focuses on the Council of Trent and its … Continue reading

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What About Hell? – The Other Place

Asked about people who do not believe in Hell, St Pio replied – “They will believe in it where they get there” Probably the two most successful tricks of the Devil to get souls off of the road to Heaven … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin: Open Forum – Catholic Answers Live – 10/17/16

Does the Book of Numbers support abortion?

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Psalm 53 Sung in Aramaic for Pope Francis by Georgians

…And the acoustics are the only sound enhancement… This will give you chills… Amazing…    

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More Sheen On Truth

“Christ said, not a single iota of the truth He gave was to be changed, then by what right do we sit in judgment on Divinity and say: This much of Your truth we will accept, because it pleases us, … Continue reading

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Why Protestant Doctrine Is Man-Made – Catholic Answers

We often hear from Protestants the the Roman Catholic Church is a man-made religion, consisting of man-made doctrines not to be found in the Bible. Actually, the opposite is true. Tim Staples explains how the Protestant churches, not the Catholic … Continue reading

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