Tag Archives: Church

Today: Memorial Mary Magdalene

Despite the accusations made by progressive feminists, the Church has no position on the identity of Mary of Magdalene. Although she is a very important figure in the Gospels, we know little about her. From the Gospels, we know that … Continue reading

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Martyrs of The Church of Rome

Today we honor the Christians who were martyred during Nero’s reign. From an Irish Catholic website: The fire of Rome under Nero 64 AD In July of 64 AD, more than half of Rome was destroyed by fire. Rumour blamed … Continue reading

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Barque of Peter: Cruise Ship?

Our Bishop, Bishop Pates has strong words ,in his pastoral letter on adolescent catechesis, on the importance of participating in the Sunday Eucharist: Archbishop Timothy Dolan of the Archdiocese of New York in a recent letter commented, “If you want … Continue reading

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The Mystical Body of Christ

“The Church is in history, but at the same time she transcends it. It is only “with the eyes of faith” that one can see her in her visible reality and at the same time in her spiritual reality as … Continue reading

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