Tagged: Catholic Church

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Traditions of the Season

The Catholic Faith is amazingly rich and full, a virtual bottomless treasure chest of spiritual wealth. For converts and “cradle” Catholics alike, there is always something new to learn and explore, something to deepen...

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Where All Men Are at Home

On Thursday the 22nd will be celebrated the feast of the United States’ one and only canonized saint.  St. Frances Xavier Cabrini from Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals gives a biographical sketch of...

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Deo Gratias!

Today is the national holiday of Thanksgiving in the U.S., a day filled with an epic turkey feast and rife with opportunities to voice your gratefulness for God’s goodness. But where does this tradition...

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Whence the Queen?

Do you know who inspired the most powerful piece in the most famous game ever? Spain’s Catholic Chess Queen by Meghan Ferrara on Regina will tell you who she is and the fascinating history...

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Perspective

Mr Jason Craig at Those Catholic Men has an excellent piece on the indispensable role each generation plays for the next. Dear Men, Without You Boys CANNOT Be Virtuous – Here’s What to Do...

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Eutrapelia

It’s the “twinkle in Pa’s eyes,” as Laura Ingalls would say; it’s the laughing at our own fool selves; it’s that spirit for which Saint Philip Neri is so well-known; it’s what Aristotle called...

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The Titanic, Fatima, and Feminism

We start today with the truly heroic story of Father Thomas Byles in The untold story of the Titanic’s Catholic priest who went down hearing confessions on Nobility. Father Byles passed up two separate...

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Society and Angels

Bishop Williamson of the Society of St. Pius X recently penned two blog posts condemning the sedevacantist position. True to form, Bishop Sanborn was not about to let these attacks on right reason go...