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Build Your House Upon Rock: A Bible Study for Catholics Preparing for the Sacrament of Marriage

Build Your House Upon Rock  shows how a happy and holy marriage demands more than attraction or affection. It demands God’s expectations—high expectations! This Bible study lays out a formula for a great Catholic marriage rooted in God. You’ll learn what God says a good…

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A Short History of the Devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus

…After the miracle of the Holy Veil, it was customary to have copies of the Holy Face made. These copies would then be touched to the original Veil, making them objects of devotion. A holy man named Leo Dupont hung one of these copies in his home, accompanied by an oil lamp. Those who would say the…

Heroes and Homemakers: 10 Patron Saints of Marriage

…God brought them home to Himself. In his homily for their canonization Pope Francis said: "The holy spouses Louis Martin and Marie-Azélie Guérin practised Christian service in the family, creating day by day an environment of faith and love which nurtured the vocations of their daughters..."…

St. John the Baptist: The Preview of Jesus Christ

…to be called a bright and shining lamp by that Light itself, which is Christ. John was baptized in his own blood, though he had been privileged to baptize the Redeemer of the world, to hear the voice of the Father above him, and to see the grace of the Holy Spirit descending upon him. But to…

Limestone walls with stucco, wooden trus...

Limestone walls with stucco, wooden trus...

Limestone walls with stucco, wooden trusses, flat roofs, oil lamps, rolled out bedding, straw mats, fire pits . . . great visuals on what domestic life was like for the Holy Family 2,000 years ago. Thanks Msgr Charles Pope!

Fear Not the Night: St. John of the Cross and Spiritual Darkness

…so. Humble Beginnings John’s own way of the cross began long before he took that name as a religious in his late 20s. He was born in 1542 into a family steeped in poverty, and both his father and older brother died in John’s youth. After receiving a religious education in his childhood, John entered…

Why Do Catholics Use So Many Candles?

…while exclaiming, "May the power of the Holy Spirit come down into the fullness of this fountain." This same Paschal candle is then lit during baptisms throughout the year as a reminder that the Sacrament of Baptism, where we first receive the Holy Spirit, is possible because of Christ’s sacrifice…