Category Archives: Prayer

Motivation to Go to Catholic Mass

One of the bare minimums of being Catholic… You may have heard priests or devout Catholics say something like, “If only people knew what was happening at Mass, they’d be more willing to go.” That may be true, but in … Continue reading

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What About The Orans Posture During The Our Father At Mass?

You’re at Mass, and the Lord’s Prayer is coming up. You fold your hands in the “prayer” position. Everybody else follows the actions of the presiding priest and holds their arms and hands extended and open (the Orans posture). You … Continue reading

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Prayerful Typology

The New Testament is hidden in the Old, and the Old Testament is revealed in the New. To try to understand Holy Scripture without understanding the Old Testament is a fool’s errand. The Hebrew Scriptures are necessary – if they … Continue reading

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Where Is The Mass In The Bible?

Many people don’t think that the Mass is biblical. Actually, the Mass is all over the Bible – and is made up OF the Bible. You just have to know how to recognize it… The New Testament is hidden in … Continue reading

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Week Of Prayer For Christian Unity

This morning, as I was driving back from Planned Parenthood in the city 40 miles south of me, I was listening to “Go Ask Your Father” on Relevant Radio when the subject of the “Week Of Prayer For Christian Unity” … Continue reading

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How Beautiful Is The Body Of Christ

There is nothing that comes close… Nothing.  

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Prayer…

It’s probably a good idea to pray… Here are some ideas to get you started. Pick one or two. Or however many you wish… Prayers… Daily Prayers… BK

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A Prayer For All Saints Day

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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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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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So, What Do You Do At Adoration?

Eucharistic Adoration – spending time with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. A time for quiet. Time away from the hustle and bustle of the “real” world outside the Church doors. A time to listen. A time to reflect. A time … Continue reading

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Feast Of The Guardian Angels

Angel of God, my guardian dear, To whom God’s love, commits me here, Ever this day, be at my side, To light and guard, to rule and guide. Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I give you my heart and my soul. … Continue reading

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Offer Your Temptations

We have all heard of redemptive suffering. But did you know that you can also offer up your temptations? I guess that this could be called “redemptive temptation”, and I suspect that most all of us can participate in it…

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Praying Daily

The Redemptorist Father Ferreol Girardey addresses the question of when one ought to pray. There is daily prayer, prayer on particular occasions, morning and night prayer, and constant prayer. In this post, we shall review his thoughts on daily prayer. … Continue reading

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