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NOVENA TO CHRIST KING in preparation for the Liturgical Feast of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe Written by Prince Cardinal Adam Stefan Sapieha, Archbishop of Krakow

NOVENA TO CHRIST KING
in preparation for the Liturgical Feast
of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
Written by Prince Cardinal Adam Stefan Sapieha, Archbishop of Krakow… 414 more words

MORNING Prayers

Quote of the Day - - 18 November - The Feast of the Dediciation of the Basilicas of Sts Peter and Paul

Quote of the Day – – 18 November – The Feast of the Dediciation of the Basilicas of Sts Peter and Paul

“The beauty and harmony of the churches, destined to give praise to God, also draws us human being, limited and sinful, to convert to form a ‘cosmos,’ a well-ordered structure, in intimate communion with Jesus, who is the true Saint of saints. 107 more words

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Thought for the Day - 15 November - The Memorial of St Albert the Great (1200-1280) Doctor of the Church: Pope Benedict XVI on St Albert, Faith and Science

Thought for the Day – 15 November – The Memorial of St Albert the Great (1200-1280) Doctor of the Church Pope Benedict XVI on St Albert, Faith and Science (Excerpt) 965 more words

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Quote/s of the Day - 9 November - Feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of Saint John Lateran

Quote/s of the Day – 9 November – Feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of Saint John Lateran

“What was done here, as these walls were rising, is reproduced when we bring together those who believe in Christ. 168 more words

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Pope Benedict XVI on the Commemoration of the fourth centenary of the Canonisation of St Charles Borromeo (1538-1584) - 4 November 2010

Pope Benedict XVI on the Commemoration of the fourth centenary of the Canonisation of St Charles Borromeo (1538-1584) – 4 November 2010

With the Church, we pray, 1,976 more words

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Why John Paul and Benedict say "Start your purgatory today"

God is a consuming Fire. He alone can refine us like gold, and separate us from the slag and dross of our selfish individualities to fuse us into this wholeness of perfect unity that will reflect His own Triune Life forever.   

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​WHY DO WE CALL IT "MASS"?

We have to admit that we Catholics have a weird vocabulary of liturgical terms “Lauds”, “Sext”, “Vesper”, “Monstrance” and so on. So when we need to look up times for church services we will look up “Mass Times.” Parishes also list Daily Masses, and Masses for Holy Days of Obligation. 493 more words

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