Creo en Dios!
Today is a day many people have been waiting for a very long time: the beatification of Oscar Romero, one of my great heroes.
Romero’s path to sainthood, however, has not been without controversy. 301 more words
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"You did it to me"
Here is an incredible plea from St. Paul to the church in Ephasis, a plea that is extended to us today: “I, the prisoner in the Lord, beg you to lead a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called”! 528 more words
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Through the Catholic Lens
I pray that you have had a blessed and joy-filled Easter season! It is amazing that these 50 days are drawing to an end.
This Sunday we will celebrate the great feast of Pentecost and, in a real way, the birthday of the Church. 278 more words
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Amayzing Graces with Karen May
My brother called me a while ago to tell me about his new girlfriend. By the middle of our conversation, I was sitting down with a look of shock on my face, I’m sure. 157 more words
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Fitting In Faith
The task of taking God to others is not that of handing somebody a Bible or some religious literature, but of transubstantiating God, the way we do with the food we eat. 186 more words
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By Amos Bohoussou
I recall a Sunday evening at church where a mature sister in Christ and I spoke to a new female believer about the importance of going to church on a weekly basis. 1,578 more words
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The Pilgrim Log
When you step into the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre Church built in Jerusalem, over the crucifixion and burial site of Jesus, the first thing you see is the Stone of Unction. 472 more words
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