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How to Pray for Your Daily Bread

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After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. 10Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. 11Give us this day our daily bread. As we read this prayer our Lord gave, remember it is the model prayer. The Lord did not […]

San Filep Ezorcista u mudell ghall hajja tallum – Hsieb ta’ Fr Norbert Ellul-Vincenti O.F.M.

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Illum il-gurnata, tfittex fejn tfittex fuq San Filep, ghandek issib referenza sabiha fuq Haz-Zebbug fejn ilu venerat sa mill-bidu tas-seklu XIV. L-isem igiblek mhux biss lill-Haz- Zebbug u dak it-Tempju meraviljuz tieghu, li z-Zebbugin (u l-Maltin kollha) gustament jiftahru bih, imma jifrixlek quddiem ghajnejk ta’ gewwa dak ix-xempju ta’ qdusija imtella’ fil-fidda specjalment kif recentement […]

“Don’t worry” – On God and anxiety

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“Don’t worry” – On God and anxiety By Tod Worner | Oct 11, 2017 Years ago, when I was a junior in high school, a good friend encouraged me to take part in a retreat called T.E.C. (Teens Encounter Christ). At the time, I had heard that T.E.C. was an extraordinary faith-building experience for teenagers […]

On reading books that transform you – By Tod Worner

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Amidst the stacks and stacks – and stacks – of papers I have in my library, I happened across a piece by one of my favorite thinkers, Fr. James Schall. If you are not acquainted with Fr. Schall, I consider him the closest living writer (in keen insight and sheer output) to G.K. Chesterton. He […]

From Fatima to the Eucharist: The science of miracles

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Can a scientist believe in miracles? This physicist does! By Robert Kurland Sunday, October 01, 2017 “Miracles always relate to the faith. That is why a belief in miracles is not a vacation from reason, a little holiday from the tedious demands of rational responsibility. Not only is it reasonable to believe that miracles can […]

Why do churches have Mary on the left and Joseph on the right?

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Many churches in the United States have this alignment of statues. Why? When walking into a Catholic church in the United States (and other places in the world), it is very common to see a statue of the Virgin Mary on the left side of the altar and a statue of St. Joseph on the […]

The Temple Mount

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The Temple Mount These 35 acres have been called the most valuable real estate in the world today. It was here on this man-made platform that Jesus was presented as a baby, worshipped God, and was left behind at Passover as a boy. As a man, He flipped over the moneychanger tables, castigated the hypocrisy […]

Tridx titmellaħ!

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Tridx titmellaħ! Minn Karl Andrew Schembri Tridx tmur titmellaħ! Min jaf kemm-il darba nkunu ma’ xi ħadd u ngħidulu hekk! Imma fl-Evanġelju din għandha sens ieħor. Li tkun melħa ma jfissirx li tindaħal fejn ma jesakx kif inħobbu ngħidu aħna imma li tkun togħma tajba! “Melħ tal-art”… “dawl tad-dinja”. Ġesù Kristu jgħid hekk lill-Appostli u […]