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The Holy Eucharist, recently celebrated on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ also known as the feast of Corpus Christi, is the source and summit […]

7 Last Words of Christ The 7 Last Words of Christ give us powerful insight into His thoughts as took all the sins of mankind upon Himself. With these words, […]

The Feast of the Annunciation was recently celebrated on March 25th. In the Gospel Luke 1:26-38, the Evangelist tells us how Gabriel appeared to the young Mary and asked for her […]

The 3 Pillars of Lent “Even now, says the LORD, return to me with your whole heart, with fasting, and weeping, and mourning; Rend your hearts, not your garments, and […]

Why is Ash Wednesday important? Among the most beautiful, meaningful and solemn ceremonies of the Catholic Church is the gathering of the faithful on Ash Wednesday, which this year falls […]

Our Lady of Lourdes appeared to St. Bernadette Soubirous in 1858 as a woman dressed in a white dress and veil, a blue sash, and a yellow rose on each […]

The Catholic Church celebrates the feast day of The Holy Innocents within the Octave of Christmas. Read our recent article on this important Octave season here.    Feast of The […]

We all have questions about Christmas. Where did its name come from? What is its history? Why is it when it is? So, here are some answers to common questions […]

Embedded within the Christmas season is an “octave”–a period of eight days–celebrated from Christmas day to January 1st . Three primary octaves reside on the Church calendar: Christmas, Easter, and […]

Starting December 17, the season of Advent gets even more intense with anticipation. The Church has chosen special Antiphons and Readings for the following week to help prepare the world […]