Lots of ugly things going on right now. Interestingly, some people have decided that they have had enough. They say they will never step inside a Catholic Church again. This makes no sense. Priests and bishops who commit atrocities condemn themselves, … Continue reading
I will not abandon the Fulness of Truth just because somebody doesn’t live according to the truth that I love… Christ did not abandon me. I will not abandon Him.
Many, if not most, of us are separated from loved ones – parents, children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters, nieces, nephews, friends, aunts uncles, cousins, etc. – either by long distance or by death. Sometimes for a short while and sometimes for … Continue reading
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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
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
There is nothing that comes close… Nothing.
On this anniversary of Lepanto, it seems appropriate to post this prayer… The Allegory of the Battle of Lepanto, by Paolo Veronese, c. 1572 Our Lady Of The Rosary Litany of Our Lady of Victory Lord, have … Continue reading
Not just a conversion story… Tim Francis has a mission to share the true presence of Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. The miracles he shares of the Communion Host transforming into the heart muscle and blood of Jesus is … Continue reading
Yes, Hell is real. Yes, there are a LOT of people there! No, being a “nice person” will not keep you out of Hell. No, you really DO NOT want to go there. No, you really Do Not want your … Continue reading
Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires This short video recounts the story of the amazing Eucharistic Miracle that happened in Argentina in 1996 in the Parish of St. Mary. For many Christians, Holy Communion is a symbolic ritual, but Catholics believe … Continue reading