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What Catholics Are Free To Believe

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What Catholics Are Free to Believe or Not

…minimum every Catholic must believe and do: do you know where the line is drawn? The worship and services that all Catholics must render to God (Can you name them?) and the ones they are free to practice or not How inquirers (and believers, as well) can assent to the Catholic faith without knowing…

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What Catholics Are Free to Believe or Not & Proving the Catholic Faith Is Biblical (2 Book Set)

What Catholics Are Free to Believe or Not: Fatima, relics, miracles, and more: about these and scores of other claims of the Catholic Faith, most people are simply wrong...including many Catholics! They're mistaken about what the Church really requires believers to accept, and unclear about just…

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A Travel Guide to Heaven

…“faith in God and heaven makes you more interested in what you do in this life—not less.” He is neither an academic nor a professional theologian, which gives the book its delightfully conversational tone and frees him to conjecture without restraint. Many readers will find…

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Catholics in the Public Square: Catholic Courses [DVD]

…between the Catholic Bishops and the Obama administration over policy decisions. Get to the Source Dr. Bradley Birzer reaches deep into American history to present a study of the conflict between Catholics, the Church, and the federal government. The Founding Fathers made it clear they believed that…

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Catholics in the Public Square: Catholic Courses [CD]

…between the Catholic Bishops and the Obama administration over policy decisions. Get to the Source Dr. Bradley Birzer reaches deep into American history to present a study of the conflict between Catholics, the Church, and the federal government. The Founding Fathers made it clear they believed that…

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What the Catholic Church Teaches About Mary

…position Catholics hold regarding Mary difficult to accept. Namely, the Immaculate Conception, Mary as "Mother of God", and the Assumption of Mary into Heaven and her Coronation as Queen. However, this difficulty mainly stems from a lack of understanding. The Catholic Church firmly believes that…

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9 Ways To Turn Mindfulness Into "God-full-ness"

9 Ways To Turn Mindfulness Into "God-full-ness"

…my God, I firmly believe that you are one God in three divine Persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I believe that your divine son became man, died for our sins, and that he will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe these and all the truths which the holy Catholic Church teaches,…

Mental Illness: Five Patron Saints to Invoke

Mental Illness: Five Patron Saints to Invoke

…The saints were not super-human. They were not free from sin, flaws, personal error, difficult obstacles, and illness, whether mental or physical. But complete surrender to God, and trust in His mercy, is what gave them the strength to allow God to do great works of charity through them. It is God…

20 Ways to Pray for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

20 Ways to Pray for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

…still had attachment to sin at the time of their death, they must undergo the spiritual purification of their souls before they are able to fully love God with their whole heart, mind, and soul for all eternity. For more information, read What Do Catholics Really Believe About Purgatory? [caption…

Didn't the Catholic Church Do Away with Purgatory?

Didn't the Catholic Church Do Away with Purgatory?

to this question. It remains speculative and Catholics are free to believe or disbelieve the theory of limbo. What we do know, and what the Catechism teaches, is that these souls are entrusted to the mercy of God and the hope that Christ will provide a means of salvation for them. © The Catholic

Catholic Jewelry and Non-Christians: A Good or Bad Mix?

Catholic Jewelry and Non-Christians: A Good or Bad Mix?

…we are called to at least educate people because I would hope that they would not do something sacrilegious intentionally. Perhaps they do not know how important that rosary necklace is or that piece of Catholic jewelry.  Perhaps they do not know what it means to believers in Christ Jesus and what a…

Full Text & Video of Justice Scalia's Funeral Homily by His Son, a Catholic Priest

Full Text & Video of Justice Scalia's Funeral Homily by His Son, a Catholic Priest

Catholic, "practicing" in the sense that he hadn't perfected it yet. Or rather, Christ was not yet perfected in him. And only those in whom Christ is brought to perfection can enter heaven. We are here, then, to lend our prayers to that perfecting, to that final work of God's grace, in freeing Dad…

Q&A with Patrick Madrid on His New Book, "Why Be Catholic?"

Q&A with Patrick Madrid on His New Book, "Why Be Catholic?"

…present to the reader, regardless of his or her feelings about the Catholic Church, what I believe to be the compelling and convincing answers. These reasons can change one’s life for the better if they are honestly considered and explored. Q. What do you love most about being Catholic? I love being…

Basic Mariology - Part 2: The Assumption of Mary

Basic Mariology - Part 2: The Assumption of Mary

…Christians are very divided.  Only the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and some Anglican churches believe in the Assumption of Mary. In this blog I am going to try to explain what Roman Catholics believe about the Assumption of Mary and why they believe what they do.…

Basic Mariology - Part 1: The Immaculate Conception

Basic Mariology - Part 1: The Immaculate Conception

…preserved free from all stain of original sin, is a doctrine revealed by God and therefore to be believed firmly and constantly by all the faithful." Ineffabilis Deus, Pope Pius IX The Immaculate Conception is probably the most misunderstood dogma of the Roman Catholic Church, even among Catholics.

Sacrament Spotlight: Reconciliation

Sacrament Spotlight: Reconciliation

to hurt because they are in so much error! Of course the best way to handle these kinds of questions is to keep calm.  Instead of yelling at them, we should explain our faith with love and attempt to understand where they are coming from, and why they believe what they do.  Sometimes we have to also…

Marry Her and Die for Her

ARE You REALLY CALLED TO Die For Her? You better believe it! What else is man made for, but to die for a noble cause…? The good of your wife (and your family)? Well, there aren’t a whole lot of better causes out there, are there?  Man up, because Costanza Miriano is back in Marry…

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Fasting: The Benefits For Body, Mind, And Soul

Fasting: The Benefits For Body, Mind, And Soul

…saying to God, 'I want to do your Will, and then you ask Him to help you to see it." Lent is also about discerning God's Will, she says. "Look at Jesus on the Cross. We are asked to do the same.  How will we get there?  Prayer and fasting are opportunities to offer back to God what He has given to

A Pilgrim's Diary From World Youth Day: #Krakow2016

A Pilgrim's Diary From World Youth Day: #Krakow2016

…amazing Catholic speakers! Namely, CHRIS STEPHANIK and JASON AND CRYSTALINA EVERT. They are game-changers of our faith. Conversion experiences happen because of how well they lead people to God. Biggest takeaways from Chris: “Going to confession frees us from burdens we were never meant to carry.”…

Pope Francis Delivers TED Talk: Watch & Read Here

Pope Francis Delivers TED Talk: Watch & Read Here

what is tenderness? It is the love that comes close and becomes real. It is a movement that starts from our heart and reaches the eyes, the ears and the hands. Tenderness means to use our eyes to see the other, our ears to hear the other, to listen to the children, the poor, those who are afraid of…

113 Inspiring Scriptural Meditations on Christian Discipleship

113 Inspiring Scriptural Meditations on Christian Discipleship

…Come to Me, all you who are weary and find life burdensome and I will refresh you. Mt 11:28 9. Come and see. Jn 1:39 10. Repent and believe. Mk 1:15 11. I am the light of the world. No follower of Mine shall ever walk in darkness. Jn 8:12 12. You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.

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