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Baby, Come to Church!

…very young child may have during the Eucharistic celebration. A positive way to keep your little one engaged during Mass, Baby, Come to Church! also features an inspiring prayer for parents. Boardbook. Baby Come to Church Delightful board book with interactive text and charming illustrations Helps…

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Baby Jesus In Manger Statue

…of Baby Jesus in manger. Comes as one piece and does not separate. This product is cast in solid fiberglass resin, a durable polymer with the look and feel of ceramic. Resin statues feature finer detail and greater strength than other materials. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Baby

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Handmade St. Brigid Statue [Brown]

…gave away her master’s goods so readily to the poor, he gave her freedom, lest she bankrupt him. She was baptized by St. Patrick and began to perform miracles. Some of these cured were infants: for this reason christening robes and babies’ blankets bearing an image of Brigid or St.…

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Baby, Come to Church!

Baby, Come to Church!

baby book. "Baby, Come to Church!" is a great Catholic children's book to take along to Mass to help your children participate on their own little level with what is taking place around them. This Catholic baby book also includes a special prayer just for parents. To purchase "Baby, Come to Church!"

How To Plan Your Baby's Baptism

…that come up. Maybe this is your first child, and you've never had to prepare for a baby's baptism before. You might be asking yourself: how do I go about this? Who do I talk to, and at which church? Can I pick anyone I want to be the godparents? [adbutler zone_id="207190"] We would like to help…

How to Celebrate Advent Like a Catholic

…For thousands of years the world waited for the coming of the Messiah to redeem and to save the human race, restoring mankind’s relationship to God. We, too, experience this same longing for the coming of Christ. Spiritually, we long for the coming of Christ into our hearts as the Holy Spirit draws…

5 Easy Steps to Planning A Baptism Party

…such as candy with your baby’s name on the box. Don't Forget To Save The Memories Be sure to gather mementos from the baptism and celebration to put in a box or your baby’s photo album. You will treasure these memories for years to come! Read Next How To Plan Your Baby's Baptism Have you thrown a…

Q&A with Scott Hahn on his New Book: Joy to the World

…control, and Christ is a threat to that illusion. Maybe that’s why he came as a little baby. In my own experience, however, it’s been my babies—my children—who taught me what little control I really have. If we’re open to life, if we’re open to Christ, we come to trust God’s providential plan.…

Don't Start Christmas without Advent: Here's Everything You Need to Know!

…of a new liturgical year for the Catholic Church. The date for the beginning of Advent falls each year on the Sunday closest to November 30th - the feast day of Saint Andrew the Apostle. Advent means 'to come to' and it is a call to readiness for the coming of Jesus Christ. Read next: St. Andrew’s…

7 Reasons to Bring Back the Tradition of Catholic Christmas Cards this Year

…Christmas is You.” Let your festive-yet-reflective card be a beacon of light to those you love as the Light of the World comes into our hearts and homes. 4. It serves as a profound reflection on beauty and truth. A quick Church history lesson: illiterate medieval Catholics learned the fundamentals…

Saints 911: How to Ask a Saint for Help and Protection

…ways to pray to a saint, for example through St. Jude prayer cards that read, "Don't break the chain," and if you do, there is a curse, and you will be crushed by a train, struck by a lighting, and the 7 plagues of Egypt will come over you. That is why I didn't use to like the devotion to St. Jude,…

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Vatican to Canonize First Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

…Lisieux, will be canonized by Pope Francis to coincide with the Synod on the Family coming up this October. This is very exciting news! Louis and Zelie Martin were models of holiness and piety, and together they saw to it that their children were raised to love and serve God. St. Therese has been…

Was Jesus Really Born in Bethlehem on December 25th?

…in the crypt of the Church of the Nativity[/caption] WAS JESUS REALLY BORN ON DECEMBER 25TH? The date of the celebration of Christmas is attested by the Church Fathers. The earliest written account that explicitly mentions the birth of Jesus occurring on December 25th comes to us from St. Hippolytus…

Why Do Catholics Use So Many Candles?

…nectar and feeding the baby bees. Reproduction is left to the queen bee and drone bees. Because virgin worker bees dedicate their lives to the creation of the wax and the nourishment of the hive, these bees have come to represent Our Lady, the Virgin mother who gave birth to the pure flesh of…

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St. Joseph in the Sky at Fatima: The Pious Belief in the Assumption of St. Joseph

…apparition on September 13th. She said to the children, “In the last month, in October, I shall perform a miracle so that all may believe in My apparition . . . Saint Joseph will come with the Baby Jesus to give peace to the world. Our Lord also will come to bless the people." In the Fatima…

St. Gianna Beretta Molla: A Modern Mother's Heroism

…You carry with special tenderness between Your divine arms, I come to You to ask You, through the love and merits of Your Sacred Heart, the grace to comprehend and to do always Your holy will, the grace to confide in You, the grace to rest securely through time and eternity in Your loving divine…

Sacrament Spotlight: Holy Communion

…Eastern Church gives First Holy Communion to infants on the day of their baptism (CCC 1244).  Why is attaining reason important to Roman Catholics?  I think this is in order to ensure Holy Communion is given due reverence and that one approachs it with the right intention and will.  A baby simply…

The Virgin Martyrs as Models of Purity

…in the throat, heart and lungs. Maria’s baby sister awoke, crying and causing Maria’s mother and the neighbors to come to the house. They found Maria there. She underwent surgery without anesthesia at the nearest hospital, but doctors could do nothing to save her life. As she suffered, she meditated…

A Story of Great Mercy: St. Maria Goretti & Alessandro Serenelli

…canonization, estimated at 500,000, was the largest ever up to that point in the Church's history. There were so many people that it was the first canonization Mass to be held outdoors in St. Peter's Square, because the massive basilica was too small to hold all the faithful in attendance. MARIA THE…

12 Inspiring Religious Paintings & Their Meanings

…for The Angelus came to me because I remembered that my grandmother, hearing the church bell ringing while we were working in the fields, always made us stop work to say the Angelus prayer for the poor departed." Unless you are a member of a religious order, taking a break to pray and thank God…

The Symbolism of The 3 Christmas Masses

to testify to the light, so that all might believe through him. He was not the light, but came to testify to the light. The true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world. He was in the world, and the world came to be through him, but the world did not know him. He came to what was…

St. Philomena the Wonder-Worker: Her Story in Her Own Words

…space which they were to cross to come to me, took a quite contrary direction and returned to strike those by whom they had been hurled. Six of the archers were killed by them. Several among them renounced paganism, and the people began to render public testimony to the power of God that protected…

The Incredible Historical & Biblical Symbolism of the Jasper Christmas Rosary

…the first coming of Christ; the present, which is the yearly celebration of His birth; and the future, which will be the Second Coming. Essentially, we keep in mind the bigger picture. When Christ came as a baby, to die for us and conquer death, He knew that He would come back for us, to bring us to

30 Healing Saints for Common Ailments

to greater love for Christ through our crosses and trials, especially when it comes to our health. Here is a list of both popular and not-so-well-known saints to invoke for common ailments: [adbutler zone_id="207190"] * Addictions – St. Maximilian Kolbe * Arthritis – St. Alphonsus Ligouri * Babies,

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