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Marcellino D'Ambrosio
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Catholics of course celebrate the Nativity of Jesus as well as the Birthday of Mary. No other saints birthdays are marked in the Church calendar save one - the birth of John the Baptist on June 24. Here's why
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Father's Day is coming up . . . and it brings up a good point. In this day and age, why should we continue the ancient practice of addressing God as "Father"??
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This Sunday is Trinity Sunday . . . so what exactly does the doctrine of the Trinity mean? Do we call it a “mystery” just to hide the fact, as some charge, that it makes no sense?
To find out how better to understand it and explain it , , ,
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St. Theodore the Studite here rejoices in the paradox of the Cross - the tree that deals death becomes the tree that gives life.
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Reflection for this Divine Mercy Sunday -- Doubting Thomas and the overcoming power of faith.
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Holy Thursday, the night of the Last Supper aka the Lord’s Supper, the institution of the Holy Eucharist, What did Jesus mean when he said “This is my body and this is my blood” and “Do this in Memory of Me”? And what does the Catholic Church mean by talking about transubstantiation and the body of Christ?
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Palm Sunday, Passion Sunday. The feast with a split personality. Here are some thoughts to help you get more out of this special day.
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As we approach Easter, the Church switches our focus from our Lenten sacrifices to a much more important sacrifice. It was motivated by a love stronger than death, a choice for fruitfulness over comfort and safety. Unless a grain of wheat fall to the ground and die, it remains just a grain of wheat.
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Lent is supposed to be a passage through the desert to a new and deeper intimacy with God. This short video on victory over Temptation on the Desert Way will inspire you to make this Lent a season of Spiritual Breakthrough!
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The stories of Abraham & Isaac on Mt. Moriah as well as the Transfiguration on Mt Tabor have something to teach us about the true meaning of Lenten Sacrifice.
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