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Broken - BBC Series Review

Father Michael Kerrigan is the latest name to add to the growing pantheon of priests appearing on our television screens in recent years. Following in the footsteps of Tom Hollander ( 765 more words


The Scriptural Objections Against Venial Sin

The following is Essay 09 of a new essay series that I am working on titled “The Mortal Sin of Protestantism: How Eve Proves the Doctrine of Venial Sin”. 9,050 more words


Why All Souls Are Not Created Equal in Grace

Jesus Explains to Saint Thérèse Why All Souls Are Not Created Equal in Grace

Thérèse often pondered the fact that there is such a disparity between souls, some of whom are blessed to live their whole lives as great saints, while others are deeply flawed and continuously fall along their journey. 405 more words


St. Apollinaris

St. Apollinaris was the first Bishop of Ravenna; he sat twenty years, and was crowned with martyrdom in the reign of Vespasian. He was a disciple of St. 230 more words


Discovering the Didache: The Oldest Catechism.

The first topic of discussion is not a single Church Father, but rather a 2nd century document called the Didache based on part of one of the oldest known Catechisms in existence called “The Two Way.” 753 more words


Rejoice and Sing in Glad Accord

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!
Rejoice and sing in glad accord!
The King of Glory, Christ the Lord,
Hath now from death Himself restored!

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! 82 more words


Mary Mckillop- 19 July 2017

Saint Mary MacKillop

Saint of the Day for July 19

(January 15, 1842 – August 8, 1909)

Saint Mary MacKillop’s Story

If Saint Mary MacKillop were alive today, she would be a household name.

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