Category Archives: Saints

Prayers To Archangels St. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

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Don’t Regret Suffering…

Sometimes I need a reminder of the value of suffering… I have suffered in my life, just like everybody else. Sometimes greatly. Just like everybody else. Sometimes badly. Just like everybody else. I have also sinned, in my life. Just … Continue reading

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Hell – You Really Don’t Want To Go There!

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

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"Enmity Between You And The Woman"

Gen 3:15 “I will put enmity between you and the woman” Enmity: A feeling or condition of hostility; hatred; ill will; animosity; antagonism. In other words, complete incompatibility and revulsion between two entities. As far away from each other as … Continue reading

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The Five Prayers Given To The Children At Fatima

Most Catholics are familiar with the Fatima Prayer given to Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco at Fatima. However, many Catholics are not aware that they received more prayers than just the “Fatima” or Decade prayer. And then there are those of … Continue reading

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How Mass Was Celebrated In 155 AD

As shown by St. Justin Martyr, The order of the Mass hasn’t changed since the early days of the Church. Don’t let anybody tell you it’s a recent innovation. Obviously, it’s not. BK

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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

January 4 is the feast day for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. We should think of her when we go through the trials that we all go through…

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The Mass in A.D. 155: St. Justin Martyr describes the early Christian liturgy

Looks familiar, doesn’t it? Yes, this is the way the early Church worshiped. Yes, this is the way we do it today. Yes, we know what the Eucharist is… Remember this when someone tells you any different. And they will…

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Life vs. Everything Else

Life far outshines ALL OTHER considerations in our voting decisions. NOTHING else has priority over life. Not other social issues. Not political issues. Not economic issues. Nothing. Without the right to life, all other rights are dust and ashes. All … Continue reading

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We Are Able…

We are able to go through the most terrible places fearlessly, because Jesus in us will never deceive us; Jesus in us is our love, our strength, our joy and our compassion. – Blessed Teresa of Calcutta 

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Two New U.S. Saints!

From Catholics Come Home Blog… As of today, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha and Blessed Marianne Cope are now Saint Kateri and Saint Marianne! Read a little about the lives of these holy women of God. “She reminds us that Jesus came … Continue reading

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