Rekindling Our Vocation to Repentance

We have all been there before. We fall into sin, we sincerely confess our sins in the sacrament of reconciliation,

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Being a Christ-Bearer in Dark Times

We light the first candle as Advent dawns once again, and I find my heart with renewed hope and vigor.

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Three Saints for Advent

The feast of St. Barbara on December 4 may seem to have no apparent connection with Advent other than the

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The Art of Advent: The Eve of the Deluge

Viewing and pondering sacred art offers the faithful a great way to prepare for the birth of Our Blessed Lord

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The First Week of Advent: Stay Awake!

St. Matthew records for us an extended conversation Jesus had with His disciples about “the coming of the Son of

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Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal

It was on this night in 1830 that St. Catherine Labouré received her second vision of our Lady, the vision

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The Lost Virtue

Tradition is foundational.  It is our platform and our launching pad.  It provides the momentum that allows us to go

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Pope St. Clement I

We know that Pope St. Clement was Roman, was our fourth pope and was martyred outside of Rome, but this

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Saint Cecilia

What is my song of praise to the Lord today? Saint Cecilia Cecilia, also known as Cecily, was born in

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Catholic Guidelines for Science Part I

Science can purify religion from error and superstition; religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes. Each can draw

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