The Domestic Church: Puritas Cordis – YouTube

In this episode… “I think therefore I am” In this episode… “Purity of heart” communion as witness………

Spiritual Steps to Christmas – Second Tuesday 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 Second Tuesday of Advent ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Thus does the Prophet Isaias designate our Lord Jesus Christ — the man of sorrows. Yes, because this Man was created on purpose to suffer, and from His infancy began to endure the greatest sorrows that any man had ever suffered. The first man, Adam, enjoyed for some time upon this earth the delights of the earthly Paradise; but the second Adam, Jesus Christ, did not pass a moment of His life without sorrows and anguish…

Introducing Uncancelled History – YouTube

Uncancelled History is a ten-part podcast and Youtube series that reevaluates historical occurrences, figures, and concepts that have been boycotted

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Week Two | Behold: Advent with Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT – YouTube

In week two of Behold, Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, reflects on St. Joseph as our protector, the role of

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“Terrified!”: Why Clare keeps on displaying ‘abortion’-related imagery on the streets of Norwich – YouTube

Over these 3-4 episodes we’re hearing from people who are “walking the walk”, people who are on the journey from

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The Christmas Storyteller: St. Nicholas of Myra (Feast Day Dec 6th) – YouTube

The Liturgical Year – Second Tuesday in Advent – YouTube

Father Timothy Geckle continues his readings from the Liturgical Year by Abbot Dom Gueranger, O.S.B. The Liturgical Year – Second

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NHS shut down more services during Covid than almost every European country

The NHS shut down more services during the first year of the pandemic than nearly every other nation in Europe, new figures

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A Catholic Convert’s Journey| National Catholic Register

“The Christian identity of the United Kingdom is vital,” says a former Anglican bishop who today is a Catholic priest.

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