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Five Marian Facts about St. Irenaeus of Lyons

The Catholic Church’s ritual calendar celebrates St. Irenaeus of Lyons on June 28 th. Born in 130, Irenaeus was a disciple of St. Polycarp, who was a disciple of St. John the Evangelist. This means that St. Irenaeus had a connection to the apostolic Church. He became the bishop of Lyons and was a mentioned […]

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Bl Carlo & How We Can Become Saints Today

One of my numerous beloved tariffs at Catholic Exchange includes talking about huge Catholic bibles and columnists on radio and TV, in both Catholic and secular markets. Nonetheless, the most recent figure I got to discuss was Bl. Carlo Acutis, whose 30 th birthday we celebrated this month with many Catholic terminals hosting me to […]

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The Holy Spirit: Your Soul’s Sweetest Guest

The Sanctifier, the Paraclete, the Finger of God, the Interior Master, the Gift of Endowment, the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity, the attachment of Love uniting the Father and Son, the Helper, the Advocate, the Secret Friend — such is deeds given to the Third Person of “the worlds largest” Blessed Trinity, the Holy […]

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The Saints Who Levitated: Extraordinary and Concrete Miracles

Carl Sagan once said, “Extraordinary claims necessary extraordinary evidence.” Levitation is an extraordinary claim, is ensuring. It is too a claim that is very concrete: it is something anyone can observe quickly if it arises. But unlike incorruption, its effects are not lasting, so we have to rely on eyewitness accounts. As with all claims […]

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Fulton J. Sheen’s Guide to Making a Holy Hour

Editor’s note: This article is adapted from the book Lord, Teach Us To Pray: A Fulton Sheen Anthology. We too recommend the section “Ten Reasons to Induce a Holy Hour According to Fulton J. Sheen.” “Let nothing hinder thee from crying always, and be not afraid to be justified even to death for the wages […]

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Three Modern Catholic Philosophers

Intellectual confusion resembling a smog of the memory has been a deadening presence in Catholicism in the years since Vatican Council II. But here and there amid the twirl drizzles of bad polemics and lame analogies, a small hitherto substantial mas of Catholic scholastics has stood house in defense of clear thinking and good sense. […]

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PWIPM of NE hosts leadership panel

LOGO: PWIPM OF NEW ENGLAND Approximately 70 participants logged into Zoom on Feb. 18, for “Forging New Frontiers: Wives Ruler in the Pest Control Industry.” The Professional Women in Pest Management of New England chapter( PWIPM of NE ) hosted the free webinar. Panelists included Eve Pappas, VP of corporate marketings and good will ambassador […]

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What Can St. James Teach Us About Redemptive Suffering?

James locates redemptive losing, this revolutionary element of the truth, right at the beginning of his letter. “Count it all joy, my brethren, when you meet various ordeals, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And make steadfastness have its full impact, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in […]

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Sagrada Família: Towers Rising in the Midst of Rediscovered Faith

Among the treasured precious of the Church that bring about the salvation of minds, which we must recover in order to save our families and rebuild a Christian society, is the Sacrament of Matrimony. Is it not darkened today above all because we rarely affirm this forgotten gem among the seven sacraments , no longer […]

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How a Catholic Philosopher Anticipated Our Modern Cataclysm

Why Josef Pieper Needs To Be Read There are two ironies that stamp the life and labours of Josef Pieper. He was born in its first year 1904 in the Westphalian village of Elte, a town so isolated that no train was available to take any of its citizens to any other part of Westphalia. […]