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Articles in 'Mary'
Mother Mary Mother of All believers and Mary in Revelation.
By Shaila D Touchton
The Church Fathers found many foreshadowing or prefigurements of Blessed Mary in the Old Testament.
The Immaculate Example
By Eric Wojtkun
It is the time of year for getting ready to do our lenten traditions to clear our hearts and souls for the coming of our savoir Jesus Christ. This is great!
Why I love the rosary
By Amelia Monroe Carlson
I must admit, as a Protestant I strongly believed Catholics praying the Hail Mary or the rosary were placing Mary in the place of Jesus. I believed they were prayers to Mary and were treating her as a god. But, after crossing the Tiber I have grown to fall in love with the rosary – with the blessed Mother.
Mary and Joseph Find Jesus: The Jews will Find Jesus in the NEW Temple of God at the End
By Scott Pauline
Behold, the Jewish People many times communed with God in the Holy Place, Jerusalem.
I enter the church at four o'clock
By Helen Losse
I enter the church at four o'clock to prepare for Mass.
The Church has Caught Nothing All Night: It'll probably stay that way till Chastisement
By Scott Pauline
It is in the night when persons live totally according to the fall. And when you do not accept any Divine Truth, you are living according to the fall. When you accept no Divine Revelation and, worse, not even Natural Truth, or Reason, you are completely blind spiritually. This is the Euro Civs world of the last generation. They do not even live according to reason.
A Letter to Our Young Girls
By Flora Burke
"The problem of pornography is that it does not reveal too much of a woman but too little." St. John Paul II said that. It’s quite fascinating to find such a humble and deeply Catholic Pope quote on a subject that is not only taboo but extremely hard to talk about in context.
Questions Answered: Mary, Mother of God and Queen of Heaven
By Kevin Noles
Protestants typically have a difficult time with the titles of Mother of God and Queen of Heaven in reference to Mary. Each one I have spoken to seems to want to qualify the terms, to a certain degree this has merit, but they come off sounding accusatory towards Catholics.
Is It Possible To Pray Without Ceasing?
By Kathy Lamb
In St. Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians, he gives the new Christian community a list of instructions, encouraging them to live in the faith and to stay in the faith.
Our Catholic Life
By Mike Bugal
As I write this it is Sunday, January 15th and we have just returned from first Mass (5 AM). The Church was brightly decorated as this is a special day here in the Philippines as a whole. Today celebrates the arrival of the Catholic faith in the country. In 1521, Ferdinand Magellan arrived and met with local chieftains on the island of Cebu.
Our Lady's Purification ~ Candlemas Day
By Julie Larsen
Mary was ever Virgin and she really did not have to go through the process of purification as the Angel Gabriel said, "Hail Mary, full of grace," when he first met her. (Luke) The Blessed Virgin Mary did this as an act of humility to God and He was pleased.
The Triune God came in the Person of Christ.
By De Maria
Concerning the Trinity, some people ridicule it because they can't understand it.
The Holy Family: Resilience, Perseverance, and Grace
By Frank J. Maduri
The family unit has been under increased pressure from society and so many families have accounts of sadness, conflict, and are on the verge of disintegration. The recent homilies from Pope Francis center around the 100th anniversary of Our Lady’s apparitions in Fatima and the revelation that Mary told the children there that the final battle with the devil will center on the family.
Scripture alone, a tradition of men
By De Maria
A tradition of men, such as the one mentioned in Scripture, would be the doctrine of Scripture alone, which gives all individuals the right to interpret Scripture any way they want. Thus, invalidating the God given rule that one must obey those He has put in charge of our souls, in the Church.
An Epiphany Story
By Jared Michael
Leaving the confessional was business as usual, nothing but a bright smile walking eagerly to my preferred pew of penance. The way I feel leaving Reconciliation and preparing to take the Eucharist is marveling and it surprises me that I’m not making daily appointments with our pastor.
The Faithful Are NOT To Use the Orans Posture During the Our Father
By Jason Izolt
The Theology of the Veil
By Forest Hempen
Baptist to Catholic - A Conversion Story
By Starla Hester
Prayer, Fasting, Almsgiving; The Three Pillars of Lent
By Charlie Johnston
Trump, Refugees, and Catholics
By Tony Jesse