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Why We're Catholic: Our Reasons for Faith, Hope, and Love

…they were spiritual but didn’t think you needed religion to be happy Some were Christians who thought Catholic doctrines over-complicated the pure gospel And some were fellow Catholics who had a hard time understanding everything they professed to believe on Sunday Why We’re Catholic

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Meditations Before Mass & Everyday Meditations (2 Book Set)

…of silence for reflection, and then began to offer Mass. So helpful were these 32 talks that they were soon published and have since been reprinted countless times in numerous countries and languages, helping generations of Catholics to deepen their devotion during Mass. Practical, straightforward,…

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Relics: What They Are and Why They Matter

…In the early Church, Masses were celebrated over the bones of the martyrs, and phials of their blood have effected countless miracles. Direct successors of the Apostles themselves speak of venerating relics; Church Fathers encourage it; throughout the ages of Catholic legacy, relics of the saints…

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How To Pray Always

…us to pray without ceasing, but when we try to do so, many of us simply cease without praying. We’re distracted by troubles or duty or we quit just because it’s late already and we’re tired. Fr. Raoul Plus’s no-nonsense prayer manual, How to Pray Always , remedies these…

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Why Does God Permit Evil?

…savagery that lies close to the heart of nature; you'll discover why the insensate Earth and its inhabitants all groan in pain; you'll see why, even before they were conceived, Adam's offspring fell with him, and why God stood by, permitting all this to happen. Was God helpless?…

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Prove It! The Catholic Teen Bible, NAB-RE

…God loves us all, why should I bother taking my Catholicism seriously? If all religions are pretty much the same, why be a Catholic at all? Here is the inspired Word of God. Here is how to read the Bible -- how to understand, to "de-code," what its authors were saying to their particular…

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Let There Be No Divisions Among You: Why All Christians Should be Catholic

…Is yours ? Let There Be No Divisions Among You: Why All Christians Should be Catholic Learn why all Christians need to belong to the One True Church Discover how we know that Christ showed us two marks of the true Church Understand why indifference (Christianized relativism) is a tragedy…

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Why We Pray the Rosary

Some of the staff at The Catholic Company were inspired to do our own video in response to May Feelings. Please upload your own video response to our Facebook page! Visit us at http://www.catholiccompany.com.

Why YOU Need an Advent Wreath

What is Advent? Advent is the beginning of a new liturgical year for the Roman Catholic Church. On the first day of Advent, which begins this year on November 28th, the Church celebrates its New Year's Day. The date for the beginning of Advent falls each year on the Sunday closest to November 30th -…

Why Should Families Celebrate Feast Days? Fr. Leo Patalinghug Answers

Why Should Families Celebrate Feast Days? Fr. Leo Patalinghug Answers

…families to bring back a sense of feast days for the family, and to do so as regularly as possible. "As Catholics, we are the supreme formators of culture. And yet, people think that we're boring . . . no, we are not boring . . . without our feast days [like Christmas, Halloween, and Easter],…

Why the Sunday Mass Obligation is a Gift from God

Why the Sunday Mass Obligation is a Gift from God

Last Sunday I found myself struck by a thought during Mass.  I'm not sure why it occurred to me, or actually why it had never occurred to me before. The thought that came to me was this: our Sunday Mass obligation is a treasured gift from God. It was not that I was emotionally overcome or had some…

January 1: Why is Mary Called Mother of God?

January 1: Why is Mary Called Mother of God?

…holy virgin is the mother of God (for she bore in a fleshly way the Word of God become flesh), let him be anathema."  The decrees of the Council were then approved by Pope Sixtus III. So there you go.  The universal Church declared once for all that Mary is indeed the Mother of God, and this title…

On this #feastday of St. Anne, here's th...

On this #feastday of St. Anne, here's th...

On this #feastday of St. Anne, here's the fascinating story of how her relics were miraculously discovered by the Emperor Charlemagne in southern France. How did they get there? Why were they hidden? A wonderful and little-known part of our Catholic Church history!

Why Latino Catholics Celebrate 3 Life Events in Ways that Other Cultures Normally Don't

Why Latino Catholics Celebrate 3 Life Events in Ways that Other Cultures Normally Don't

…us, being aware of why we do this is not as important as following the inherited traditions and customs. But taking the time to learn why helps faith go deeper.  Let me tell you briefly about two Hispanic traditions celebrated with all the formality required as if they were among the Seven…

Why Does God Permit Evil? & Avoiding Bitterness in Suffering (2 Book Set)

…savagery that lies close to the heart of nature; you'll discover why the insensate Earth and its inhabitants all groan in pain; you'll see why, even before they were conceived, Adam's offspring fell with him, and why God stood by, permitting all this to happen. Was God helpless?…

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Why does the Virgin Mary Have So Many Names, Titles, and Feasts?

Why does the Virgin Mary Have So Many Names, Titles, and Feasts?

why the Virgin Mary had a lot of names. I thought there were different Virgins everywhere! I lived with that doubt in my mind, not even bothered to get out of my ignorance by asking my devoted Catholic mom, or someone else, about it. As I grew up, my curiosity led me to look into the Catholic faith…

St. Catherine of Siena: Why the Desire to Suffer for God is Pleasing to Him

St. Catherine of Siena: Why the Desire to Suffer for God is Pleasing to Him

…suffering is a means of demonstrating our love for God and an efficacious means for the salvation of souls. St. Catherine of Siena explains how and why below. [adbutler zone_id="207190"] How very pleasing to God is the willing desire to suffer for Him "Very pleasing to Me, dearest daughter, is the…

Relics from the Crucifixion & Relics: What They Are and Why They Matter (2 Book Set)

…souls. Relics: What They Are and Why They Matter: Scripture speaks of miracles wrought through relics: a dead man was raised when Elisha’s bones touched him, and the clothing of Jesus and His apostles healed the sick. In the early Church, Masses were celebrated over the bones of the martyrs,…

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Why Do We Do Penance for Lent? The Two Big Reasons

Why Do We Do Penance for Lent? The Two Big Reasons

In the Catholic Church, the season of Lent is a time for increased prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in preparation for the greatest feast on the Church calendar: Easter. Prayer, fasting, and almsgiving are forms of penance. Penance simply means the repentance of sins by taking some form of action in…

Catholic Books: More Than Meets the Eye

Catholic Books: More Than Meets the Eye

…terribly inaccurate stereotype about Catholic books.  Growing up I always thought that a “Catholic book” was simply an apologetic book: books about why Catholics believe this or that, or 20 commonly asked questions about the Catholic faith.  These were the only Catholic books that I came in contact…

Labor Day From A Catholic Perspective

Labor Day From A Catholic Perspective

…for Catholics? I think that Labor Day reminds us (A) of the importance of labor and (B) of Ora et Labora. (A) The Importance of Labor Pope Benedict XVI reminded us around Labor Day of last year that Jesus himself was a laborer.  Jesus taught parables about laborers, many of his disciples were

Does Wearing Catholic Jewelry Still Matter?

Does Wearing Catholic Jewelry Still Matter?

…a cross necklace, it was safe to guess they were Protestant. But if you saw someone wearing a crucifix necklace, then they were definitely Catholic. That was how you could spot the Catholics in any crowd. Nowadays, it seems like wearing Catholic jewelry is just the cool thing to do.  Supermodels,…

The Catholic Company Lauches New Company Tagline: "Because Faith Matters"

The Catholic Company Lauches New Company Tagline: "Because Faith Matters"

…the answer to so many questions. Why work at a Catholic company? Why seek out resources that help me grow in my knowledge of Catholicism? Why purchase gifts for others that are religious based? Why strive to keep the Sacramental life central to my family life? Why? Because Faith Matters! - Will…

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

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

…isn’t Catholic wear a rosary necklace?  This is the tough question.  I first considered this when my sister told me a disturbing story.  One day, when we were in high school, my sister observed one of her friends wearing a beautiful rosary necklace.  She knew she wasn’t Catholic and asked her why

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