Two Saints at the Start of Advent: Bibiana and Francis Xavier – OnePeterFive

I have often pointed out that the readings in the old Mass are offered as if they are prayers to

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The Fight Between Advent and Carnival| National Catholic Register

Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s “Fight Between Carnival and Lent” is among the more famous paintings in art history. It depicts

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Swine flu sparks panic in the Philippines – UCA News

The Philippines has registered about 3,000 cases of African swine flu (ASF) as the disease has spread into various provinces

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Three men, a rudder, and our Christmas – Vatican News

It is less than a month before Christmas, but news of the three men who spent 11 days on the

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Spiritual Steps to Christmas – First Thursday in Advent – YouTube

Lisa continues her reading from Spiritual Steps to Christmas by the Very Reverend Msgr. Aloysius Coogan. Spiritual Steps to Christmas

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Evening Meditations for the First Thursday of Advent ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The Eternal Word descends on earth to save man; and whence does He descend? His going out is from the end of heaven. (Ps. xviii, 7). He descends from the bosom of His Divine Father, where from eternity He was begotten in the brightness of the Saints. And whither does He descend?

The Liturgical Year: First Thursday in Advent – YouTube

Father Timothy Geckle reads from the Liturgical Year by Abbot Dom Gueranger, O.S.B. (1) The Liturgical Year: First Thursday in

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Balenciaga collaborators’ ties to depictions of satanism and child abuse – Gript

Balenciaga released a statement strongly denying that the brand condones or wishes to promote the sexualisation or abuse of children. In

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New Report: Jihadists Seeking to Build ‘Transcontinental Caliphate’| National Catholic Register

Islamist terrorist groups are unleashing a new wave of violence and persecution to build a “transnational caliphate” stretching from west

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Tridentine and Proud – Crisis Magazine

f those interested in liturgical matters have heard it once, they have heard it a thousand times: the ancient form

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