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What Is The Meaning Of Good Friday?

A Catholic Family Searches for Answers Behind the Tradition

March 26, 2015

Janel Saldana
Displayed with permission from Latin Times

Good Friday marks the day Jesus died on the cross, fulfilling His Father’s wishes and saving the human race. 339 more words

Culture

The Luminous Mysteries

These new mysteries of the Holy Rosary were instituted by Pope John Paul II, who was a champion of the Rosary and our Blessed Mother. The… 336 more words

How to debate?

The Catholic Herald has carried a letter from 500 priests supporting Catholic teaching on the issue of marriage, remarriage and communion. Cardinal Nichols has urged them not to conduct their discussion via the press, but rather by the channels which he ‘understands’ have been set up in every parish. 526 more words

Faith

Is conscience really an illusion?

By J. BUDZISZEWSKI

No. We are made to find meaning in our behaviour.

A loyal dog displays something that looks like shame at its master’s reprimand. 1,294 more words

Following the trail of Patrick

On March 17 I had the unique privilege of celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ireland. This “bucket list” trip was special and memorable for many reasons. 287 more words

Christianity

Flannery and the Incarnation

Yesterday would have been Flannery O’Connor’s 90th birthday. I always thought it was so appropriate that she was born on the feast of the Annunciation, when God became incarnate. 812 more words

Teaching

Blessed Are the Meek

Blessed are the meek, for they shall possess the earth. -Mt 5:5

Meekness is a virtue which implies loftiness of soul. For this reason worldlings usually are wanting in meekness, for this loftiness is found in them but rarely and imperfectly. 177 more words

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