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Articles in 'Bible Study'
How Much is Left on the Timer?
By Monica Biedronka
Are you afraid of dying? I certainly am. Should we be afraid? What is there to be afraid of?
Calvary…torture, teaching and thieves
By James R. Sulliman
Three things that may be overlooked in the crucifixion of Jesus!
The Messiah of God, the Son of Man (Luke 9)
By Michael Haverkamp
Who do you say Jesus is? A reflection on Luke 9.
By Tom Stidl
An article designed to dampen the desire to sin
Carrying the Cross of Life
By Elizabeth Thomas
Meditating on all of the Life of Christ, and His Passion, Crucifixion and death---we will come to wisdom and understanding of "why, God do I suffer in life."
Has Familiarity with the Bible Bred Contempt?
By Anne Stokes, MBA, M.A. Theology
The Bible is not a dead text, but a living and eternal library.
A very hopeful book of the Bible
By Adam Charles Hovey
One of the most misunderstood books of the Bible is also one of the most hopeful.
The Two Words, Logos and Jesus (caution: nerds only)
By Gary Sullivan
In Jesus, who is the Logos, the Word of God, we discover completeness of meaning, the full and complete revelation of God the Father.
Stay Updated with Compass Catholic Ministries
By A Faithful Steward
?? Are you looking for ways to manage your finances while honoring God? Compass Catholic Ministries offers a wealth of resources, events, and posts to help guide and inspire you.
Let God Transform You: 2nd Sunday of Lent Reflection
By The Catholic Philadelphian
Lent is a season of transformation.
Lord, I Am not Worthy: Lenten Musings, Part II
By John Baldino, OFS, MALS
This article connects a Mass response to its gospel source and examines the story of a Roman centurion who humbly asks Jesus to heal his servant. Three Lenten meditations are drawn from this passage and presented to the reader: the healing power of prayer, the call to humble service and leadership, and and the importance of trusting in God's mercy and will.
Jesus and Isaac
By Gary Sullivan
Typological Poetry: Isaac and Christ
What Does it Mean to Judge?
By Carlos Solorzano
Judging others with love and respect
The Sacrifice of the Mass
By Sebastian R. Fama
Is the Mass a true sacrifice, or are Catholics trying to re-crucify Jesus as some claim? What is it that Jesus told us to do in His memory?
Is the message worth repeating?
By Victor S E Moubarak
How much and what do you know about the Christian Faith?
Don’t stop praying
By Amelia Monroe Carlson
Does it seem like your prayers are falling on deaf ears? Why hasn't God answered? Thinking about giving up? Don't stop praying - here's why.
By George Calleja
Have you ever wondered, if you had to meet Jesus, what would He say about your faith?
The Unconscionable Pastoral Malpractice of Fiducia Supplicans
By B. Michael Addison
The Man on the Train
By Gary Sullivan
Can Notre Dame Be Saved?
By Dave Mishur
Unappreciated Help from Heaven - Triduum of Sacred Hearts: First Friday (March 1), First Saturday (March 2) and First Wednesday (March 6) - Don't Miss Out!
By Terri Thomas
A Simple Prayer for Fighting Evil
By Emily Berns