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In the end, like Peter and the other Apostles, we all have to answer that question: “Who do you say that I am?” Is Jesus number one in your life? If He’s not, you have to reshuffle your priorities, because if Jesus isn’t number one, everything is out of order.
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Originally, the martyrs were simply witnesses to Christ. That’s in keeping with the meaning of the Greek word for martyr, martys (pronounced: mar’-toos), which was the technical term for a witness at a legal trial. In the New Testament, one of the earliest occurrences of the word is in Acts 1:8, where a soon-to-ascend Christ …
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Mass of Thanksgiving in celebration of the life and canonization of Elizabeth of the Trinity on 11/6 in Alhambra, CA http://www.spiritualdirection.com/2016/09/26/national-mass-of-thanksgiving-elizabeth-of-trinitys-canonization
Dan announces Mass of Thanksgiving in celebration of the life & canonization of Elizabeth of the Trinity; schedule; Archbp Gomez; Carmelites.
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12 Things Chesterton Was Totally Right About http://epicpew.com/12-things-chesterton-totally-right/
Only twelve? Yes. For now. To paraphrase Chesterton, "Epic Pew posts, like morality, consist in drawing the line somewhere..." Here's the short list. 1. “Once abolish the God, and the government bec
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St. Padre Pio: A Fountain of God’s Healing http://catholicexchange.com/st-padre-pio-fountain-gods-healing
Just about everyone has heard of Padre Pio, the Italian stigmatic whose death at age eighty-one on September 23, 1968, was even reported by the New York Times. The biographies that sell steadily year after year, including one by the author written with help from Pio’s friary, are crammed with accounts from people whose medically …
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Scripture Speaks: The Rich Man and Lazarus http://catholicexchange.com/scripture-speaks-rich-man-lazarus
Last Sunday’s Gospel ended with a warning from Jesus: “You cannot serve both God and mammon.” Today we read about a man who thought he could. Gospel (Read Lk 16:19-31) St. Luke told us in last Sunday’s reading that Jesus had some bracing words to say about money to the Pharisees who gathered to hear …
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One Soul’s Escape From Satanism to Catholicism http://catholicexchange.com/one-souls-escape-satanism-catholicism
In 2011, at an Easter Vigil in a simple parish church in New York State, a number of souls were received into the Catholic Church. As it does every year, the ceremony moved from the darkness surrounding the Paschal Fire through the many readings from the Old and New Testament to the proclamation of the …
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Fatima, Faustina and Two Powerful Prayers of Reparation http://catholicexchange.com/fatima-faustina-two-powerful-prayers-reparation
Sometime during the summer of 1916, the Angel of Portugal appeared to three shepherd children at Fatima and spoke the following words: “Offer prayers and sacrifices constantly to the Most High… Make of everything you can a sacrifice, and offer it to God as an act of reparation for the sins by which He is …
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Of Interrupted Rosaries and Guardian Angels http://catholicexchange.com/interrupted-rosaries-guardian-angels
When I’m driving to work, I have a choice. I can either turn on the radio and listen to my friends on NPR go blah, blah, blah about whatever – or I can pray a rosary. I confess I don’t always choose to pray, and sometimes I feel justified in that if there’s something hot in the news I want to get the latest on – especially if it pertains to my local community or the Church.
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In this Sunday’s first reading from Amos, we find the prophet excoriating “those who are at ease in Zion” (Amos 6:1). He scathingly depicts them as lazy rich people, who lounge around on “beds of ivory” (6:4).
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Spiritual Warfare Lessons from St. Padre Pio http://catholicexchange.com/spiritual-warfare-lessons-st-padre-pio
Profusions of written and oral accounts exist about the signs and wonders in the life of St. Padre Pio. Three times I visited San Giovanni Rotundo in Foggia, Italy to venerate the tomb of the Italian mystic. These unforgettable visitations made a lasting impact on my spiritual life. On my first visit to the shrine …
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Quote of the day from Fulton Sheen's "Victory Over Vice" https://goo.gl/vejOKH
Blessed Fulton Sheen shows you how to win a lasting victory over vice.Fulton Sheen claims that since all seven deadly sins led Christ's enemies to nail Him to the Cross, we can find in the example of His suffering and death sure means to overcome each of those sins, plus the key to understanding — and to nurturing in our own soul — each corresponding virtue. So, for example, in these pages filled with wisdom and hope, Blessed Sheen teaches us not...
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