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Catholicism is a Lifestyle

“Catholicism is not just a set of lifeless rules and regulations.  Catholicism is a lifestyle.  Catholicism is a way of life designed by God to help you become all you can be.”- Matthew Kelly…

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The Angelus

The Angelus (/ˈændʒələs/; Latin for “angel”) is a Christian devotion commemorating the Incarnation. As with many Catholic prayers, the name Angelus is derived from its incipit: Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ (“… the Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary …”) and is practised by reciting as versicle and response three Biblical verses describing the mystery; alternating with the prayer “Hail Mary!” The Angelus exemplifies a species of prayers called the prayer of the devotee.[1] 350 more words


Prayer: Venting to God

Do you ever wonder why venting to others always made you feel better? But then again, who can you truly trust? Who won’t judge you?

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Exams & St Joseph of Cupertino

Exams! No matter how hard you plan and prepare for exams, hardly any of us look forward to them. Hopefully this article will aid your performance in your exams, however it must not be used in place of revision. 821 more words

Catholicism Notes

“The Church offers to all people the possibility of encountering the living God today and finding in him lasting meaning and hope.”


Catholic beliefs and teachings: http://usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/index.cfm


Cardinal Kasper's mercy

St. Paul, picking up on several of Jesus’ allegories, acknowledges in his epistle to the Ephesians that marriage is a type of the Church — that is, that marriage, while real in itself, also symbolically alludes to or foreshadows some greater reality. 144 more words


Faith should not be an "event".

Now that I’m happily settled back into Mother Church, I’ve had time to reflect on my time with the evangelicals.  I had some great mentors and met some cool people, but there’s one thing about it which really bugs me, and that’s the emphasis on concerts, events, missions, etc.   964 more words