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Meditation - Longing for heaven

In the busyness of everyday life we tend to forget why we are here and where we are going. In this meditation we come back to reality to consider our final destination, eternal life with God in heaven, what heaven will be like, and what we need to do to get there. 9 more words

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Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Kingdom of God

Over the past three Sundays in the Latin rite of the Catholic Church, we have been hearing about the Kingdom of Heaven parables in the Gospel of St. 445 more words

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Quick Lessons from the Catechism: The Importance of Fasting

The practice of fasting is a form of penance that pre-dates Christianity. In the Old Testament, we see fasting associated always with prayer in numerous scriptures. 519 more words

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St. Augustine and St. Joan of Arc on Jesus Christ and the Church

795 Christ and his Church thus together make up the “whole Christ” (Christus totus). The Church is one with Christ. The saints are acutely aware of this unity: 167 more words

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Catechism of the Catholic Church Section 3 - 4 The Passions and Moral Conscience (1762-1802) by Fr Guy de Gaynesford

1762-1802. The Morality of the Passions.   The judgement of conscience.   The formation of conscience.  Making choices in accordance with conscience.  Erroneous judgement.  A very useful overview of this section of the Catechism which assists us with our decision making as Christians. 33 more words

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Catechism of the Catholic Church Section 3 - 3 The Morality of Human Acts (1749-1761) by Fr Guy de Gaynesford

1749 – 1761. The sources of morality – the object, the intention and the circumstances. The object of an act is either morally right, neutral, or wrong. 80 more words

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Tending the Flock - Part 3

Another place that my faith journey has taken me to is the Catholic men’s accountability group called The King’s Men. After my spiritual reawakening, I noticed that our parish didn’t have any men’s group. 458 more words

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