Category Archives: Catholic Teaching

The Visitation Reveals the Mother of God – Tim Staples

Mary, the Mother of God. Where do we get that? “How could Mary be God’s mother?”, we often hear. “Mary is only the Mother of Jesus the human!”? Our mothers are not the mothers of our nature, they are the … Continue reading

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Civilization And The Catholic Church

New page on the blog site.  Started out with the series by Dr. Thomas Woods:  The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization I have gathered the entire series here to make it easier to find the episodes you  are looking … Continue reading

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Image And Likeness…

We are made in the image and likeness of God. In His image, we are spiritual. In His likeness, we are able to create, in cooperation with God, new life – we are “like” Him. The devil cannot create life. … Continue reading

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The Badge of Courage – True Story From Christine Kildare

You REALLY don’t want to not read this amazing account… This is an amazing true story from one of my Facebook friends, Christine Kildare. She has granted me permission to re-post it here. And, yes, this is a first hand … Continue reading

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The First ‘Hello and Welcome’ podcast from Kristine Franklin

This is the first episode of Kristine Franklin’s new podcast – Hello And Welcome. This is a great conversion story!  Click on the photo to listen… 

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Catholic Mass Explained

Here’s a nice high level explanation of what’s going on during the Mass, why we do what we do and what the actions mean and the parts of the Mass… Father Jamie Utronkie, CC explains the different aspects of the … Continue reading

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He Is Risen!

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Praying Through Holy Week

Find out how the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist from Duluth pray during Holy Week, and maybe discover something you can use in your prayer life as we walk with Jesus from his entry into Jerusalem, to Calvary and the … Continue reading

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Welcome To Holy Week…

“Clean hands and a pure heart: If we walk with Jesus, we ascend and find the purification that truly brings us to that height to which man is destined–friendship with God Himself.” – Pope Benedict XVI The day by day … Continue reading

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My Three Reasons To Be Catholic

  When someone asks me why I am Catholic, I tell them, “I am Catholic for three reasons… 1 – Eucharist 2 – Eucharist 3 – Eucharist And for extra measure… “Everything else revolves around that…” If a Catholic understands … Continue reading

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Solemn Promises…

Promises, solemn or otherwise, are meant to be kept. A Solemn promise is the same as a vow. A vow is what you took at your wedding. You promised to remain faithful to your spouse until death do you part. … Continue reading

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Why We Pray

Why do we need to pray? It’s true that God knows everything. It’s true that we cannot possibly add to His wisdom. It’s true that we cannot change his mind. God is perfect and perfection cannot change and stay perfect. … Continue reading

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Prayer From Cardinal Newman

“God has created me to do Him some definite service. He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have my mission. I may never know it in this life, but I shall be … Continue reading

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Offer It Up…

Books upon books have been written about the problem of suffering. Fr. Mike isn’t about to reinvent the wheel in this video, but the wisdom he shares in it ​echoes​ that of the saints. What did the saints and martyrs … Continue reading

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