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It was summertime ... by Ali Jones-Carter

It was summertime … Sunday, August 6, 1978, and I had been hugging trees in Taos County.  We had stayed in the cabins at the D.H. 14 more words


Feast of Mary Mother of the Church

This is the newest feast of the church year as Pope Francis announced way back in March that the feast would be celebrated the Monday after Pentecost. 266 more words


Visionary Pope shocks the world

By Iowans for LIFE

Faithful Catholics and Protestants are broadly united in their defense of human life. They part company on one distinct element of human sexuality and family life: contraception. 1,050 more words


Divided by Birth Control? Naah.

Purity is the beginning of all passion.
~ G.K. Chesterton

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From Clinging To Onions

What is Man? Finding Your Identity in Christ

In Gaudium et Spes: The Pastoral Constitution in the Modern World, Pope Paul VI asks a fundamental question: “…what is man?” As Paul VI notes, it is the confusion surrounding man’s identity which leads to an existential anxiety where the most fundamental aspect of man, his identity, is in question. 687 more words

Rihanna Reigns With Pope-Inspired Dress at Met Gala

Rihanna’s hat was reminiscent of the papal tiaras worn by popes from the medieval era until the mid-1960s. The last papal tiara — a bejeweled, three-­tiered gold and silver number worth at least $15,000 — was worn in 1963 by Pope Paul VI. 71 more words


May - The Month of the Blessed Mother

With the flowers all abloom and the sweet fragrance of roses in the air, it is easy to see how our thoughts and hearts turn to our Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Heaven and of earth. 663 more words