Have you ever been asked, “Why do Catholics…. Where is that in the Bible?” Here’s a Bible Cheat Sheet, in PDF format, listing doctrines and where they can be found in Sacred Scripture. – (Dr. Taylor Marshall’s Apologetics Bible Sheet) … Continue reading
Earlier today, I saw this exchange on a Twitter feed: I say this in love: Nowhere in the Bible does it say to pray to dead saints or Mary. We are to pray to our Father in heaven in Jesus’ … Continue reading
Dear Blessed Mother, You are amazing – pure and immaculate from the time of your conception on into eternity. You love me more than my own earthly mother – not an easy task, but true just the same. You are … Continue reading
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God came to us through the Virgin Mary. It seems logical that we can go to Him the same way. Mother Mary, pray for us and bring us to your Divine Son, as you brought Him to us. Amen.
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
She hates Catholicism. It’s completely wrong. It’s not Christian. Its pagan. And she’s being accepted into the Church this Easter… The FULL story with all the details of why I’m converting to become Catholic! This was a process of years … Continue reading
Been expecting this! She is an amazing young woman who found herself inching toward the Catholic Church for some time – just because she was searching for truth, not expecting to find what she found. And truth is what led … Continue reading
This is an amazing perspective on Mary. Steve Ray has a way of making things crystal clear! “Mary, in whom the Lord himself has just made his dwelling, is the daughter of Zion in person, the Ark of the Covenant, … Continue reading
O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee… *H/T @Mimi_5_
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.
Many long years ago, my wife, Judy, and I were out to dinner. I had been writing songs for the parish youth group/Confirmation class for several years, and Judy came up with the idea of doing one NOT specifically for … Continue reading