Did Jesus Condemn Homosexuality? – YouTube

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: November 19th on the rich man and the poor beggar

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: November 19th on the rich man and the poor beggar

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary

Spiritual Reading for Saturday – Twenty-third Week After Pentecost

To be convinced of the desire Our Blessed Mother has to be of service to all, we need only consider the Mystery of the Visitation, or the visit made by Mary to St. Elizabeth. The journey from Nazareth, where the most Blessed Virgin lived, to the city of Hebron, which St. Luke calls a city of Judea, and in which according to Baronius and other authors, St. Elizabeth resided, was at least sixty-nine miles. Notwithstanding the arduousness of the undertaking, the Blessed Virgin, tender and delicate as she then was, and unaccustomed to such fatigue, did not delay her departure. And what was it that impelled her?

Morning Meditation for Saturday – Twenty-third Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Fortunate, indeed, are the clients of this most compassionate Mother, for not only does she succour them in this world, but even in Purgatory she succours and comforts them. She herself once spoke these words to St. Bridget: “I am the Mother of all the souls in Purgatory, for all the pains they have deserved for their sins are, every hour as long as they are detained there, mitigated in some way by my intercession.”

Being Is Better Than Not Being – Christopher Mirus | Catholic Culture Podcast #148 – YouTube

Christopher V. Mirus, your host’s older brother, is a philosophy professor at the University of Dallas, and author of the

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FBI Investigates Crimes Against Churches and Pro-Life Groups, Director Reaffirms| National Catholic Register

FBI Director Christopher Wray has reaffirmed the bureau’s commitment to investigating crimes against pro-life groups and churches, reporting that they

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NEW BRIEF: Love is greater than fear when walking with moms in need – The Catholic Sun

One parish, St. Theresa’s of Phoenix, which has assisted 39 moms—mostly parenting mothers—since launching in January 2022, helped lead sessions

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New Liturgical Movement: “For a General Liturgical Reform” by Annibale Bugnini (Part 3)

We continue our publication of the first-ever English translation of Bugnini’s programmatic 1949 article in Ephemerides Liturgicae, outlining the plan for

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Cardinal Dolan says Senate’s marriage bill threatens religious liberty – Detroit Catholic

The Respect for Marriage Act “does not strike a balance that appropriately respects our nation’s commitment to the fundamental right

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