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Daily Devotional: Day 145

“Therefore He  is also able to save to the uttermost those who come to God through Him, since He always lives to make intercession for them” (Hebrews 7:25, NKJV). 565 more words

Daily Devotional 2018

Catholic Youth Issues Own Pre-Synod Text: Proclaim Truth Without Apology!

(via LifeSiteNews)

On Sunday, group of Catholic youth released a response to the “pre-synod” document that has been given to Pope Francis, explaining in it they want “reverence in the liturgy,” wider availability of the Traditional Latin Mass, and for the Church to proclaim unpopular truths “boldly, without apology, and without adulteration or dilution.” 220 more words


Mass of Thanksgiving homily-The Priesthood

I was very honored recently to have been asked to preach for my friend’s Mass of Thanksgiving following his ordination to the sacred priesthood. The following is the homily I preached at his Mass, which was the extended vigil of Pentecost: 2,148 more words


The Whirlwind

When life gets crazy and something has to give. . .blogging is obviously the first to go. Priorities, right!?!

The last little while has had many challenges as well as blessings. 444 more words

Choose Day Tuesday


MANY thousand years later, as He stood before the Flaming altar, ready to step into the eternal destiny of His High Priestly office and forever atone the iniquity of Adam, He remembered His vision of the new creation… 1,160 more words


Meditation: The Person

God draws us to himself through many different circumstances. Some of us come seeking healing. Some of us come needing the burden of shame and guilt lifted. 606 more words

Former PMA cadet shares his journey to becoming a warrior of God

John Raven Bernarte or “Raven” (as he’s fondly called) always wanted to enter the seminary and become a priest.

Born to a family who regularly attends Sunday masses, Raven shared that as a kid, he’s always in awe whenever he saw priests wearing cassock or stole, celebrating mass, proclaiming the Good News, and teaching lay people about faith. 1,477 more words