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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 […]

Pope at Angelus: “Joseph Teaches Us to Always Trust in God’

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A Week Ahead of Christmas, Francis Encourages Faithful to Ask Themselves If We Open the Door to God December 18, 2016Deborah Castellano LubovAngelus/Regina Caeli “Joseph, teaches us to always trust in God, Who approaches us: when God approaches us, we must trust him.” Pope Francis urged faithful to ask themselves this during his Angelus address […]

Jesus Turns World’s Values Upside Down – POPE FRANCIS

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(From Vatican Radio) Pope Francis began his homily by saying that if we want to be good and faithful servants of the Lord, we must guard against dishonestly and the pursuit of power. But how often, he said, do we see or hear ourselves saying, even in our own homes, that “I’m in charge here?” […]

“L-ERWIEH JIFIRXU S-SARVETTA”

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“L-ERWIEH JIFIRXU S-SARVETTA” Hekk kienu jgħidu meta jasal it-2 ra’ Novembru, jiġifieri jum l-erwieħ kollha. Dan ghax kienu jemmnu li f’dan il-jum meta niftakru fil-mejtin, l-erwieħ ta’ qrabatna jkunu qed jistennew il-ħniena u s-sufraġju tal-ħajjin, għalhekk kienu jifirxu is-sarvetta għall-għotjiet tal-ħajjin. F’dan il-jum il-Maltin kienu jkunu ġenerużi mal-foqra. L-IKLA TAT-2 TA’ NOVEMBRU (GHID TA’ L-ERWIEH) […]

Another message in the parable of the mustard seed

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Another message in the parable of the mustard seed Great things often begin with something small BY Deacon Greg Kandra. October 1, 2016 The apostles said to the Lord, “Increase our faith.” The Lord replied, “If you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you would say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and […]