U.S. Department of Justice challenges Idaho abortion ban in court – Catholic World Report

Denver Newsroom, Aug 2, 2022 / 20:00 pm (CNA). U.S. Department of Justice challenges Idaho abortion ban in court –

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Masculinity, Perseverance, and Vocation with Fr. Roger Landry – The Catholic Gentleman

Today we are joined by a well-known priest and author to men, Fr. Roger Landry. We discuss his call to the

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Explaining the Faith – Freemasonry: Meaning and Mission – YouTube

What is Freemasonry and why does the Catholic Church condemn it? Is it justified or a misunderstanding? Join Fr. Chris

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Evening Meditations for the Eighth Wednesday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

In short, we must be thoroughly persuaded that all our welfare depends on prayer: our change of life depends on prayer; our victory over temptations depends on prayer; on prayer depends our obtaining Divine love, together with perfection, perseverance, and eternal salvation.

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: August 3rd

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation

Carissimi, today’s Mass: Finding of the Body of St Stephen, Proto-Martyr

Carissimi: Today’s Mass;
Finding of the Body of St Stephen, Proto-Martyr

Spiritual Reading for Wednesday – Eighth Week After Pentecost

So that, in the first place, the intention of St. Thomas is not to prove that some sinners are deprived of all actual grace, and therefore, being unable to avoid all sin, they fall, and are all the same worthy of punishment; but his intention is to prove against the Pelagians that a man who remains without sanctifying grace cannot abstain from sinning. And this is the teaching of the Thomists in their comments on this passage.

Morning Meditation for Wednesday – Eighth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

What cruel swords of anguish and remorse for the damned will the lights, the calls, and all the other graces be which they received from God in order to repent and be saved! They will say: “We might have become saints and happy for ever in Heaven, but now, alas, we must be forever miserable in hell!”

The Future of the Redemptorist Missioners – Questions with Father #36 w/ Fr. Alphonsus – YouTube

Today we’re pleased to speak with Fr. Alphonsus, a Redemptorist priest, about the redemptorist order. We’ll be speaking with him

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