December 19, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.
Father (Pope) Benedict XVI and Pope Francis respond to the final report on the Leadership Conference of Women Religious.
Whenever there is unjust discrimination against a category of people there will also exist in that same space prejudice and bigotry against that category of people.
While some might have a particular call on their life to live The Waymaker’s Ministry exclusively, all of the Baptized have a general call on their life to prepare themselves and others to receive the fullness and glory of Light of the World.
December 12, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.
Hey David Gray Question & Answer at EpicPew.COM
Like John, we cannot be holy unless we are first freed from the systems of the world. Oftentimes it is our dependence on the need of status (titles, degrees, awards, symbols of prestige, and etcetera) and security (earthly shelter, money, material, relationships, and etc.) that hinder our detachment from the world.
This Magnanimous Quad Presence of Christ Jesus is only present at the Sacrifice of the Mass, and inescapably so. Essentially, everywhere we turn at the Mass – there Christ is; and there He is in a way that is perceptible to every single one of our five senses.
Catholicism is actually the first and last religion that truly believes in the reality of a Present and Visible God, and where that belief is actually brought to life is at the Sacrifice of the Mass. And it absolutely doesn’t matter what type of liturgy you participate in – whether Eastern or Western, Latin or Novus Ordo – the Real Presence of God is not only on display and becomes real food at Mass, but the entire liturgy itself is geared and directed towards bringing the most out of that Divine Encounter.
The Novena for the Spiritual Welfare of the Black American Community is a special time of prayer in which people all over the world call to God through the intercession of Father Augustus Tolton, Servant of God, for the Spiritual Welfare of the Black American Community.