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We’ve all got it wrong about women in the Catholic Church

When it comes to talking about women and their role in the Church, discussion tends to focus almost exclusively on getting ordained or being placed in high ranking, decision making positions. However, amid all the buzz, it’s easy to get lost in the debate and miss the fact that the entire discussion is rotating around






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Exorcist says there’s a demon that targets the family

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There’s a demon that specializes in attacking the family, said exorcist César Truqui, a priest who participated in a course on exorcism held in Rome last year. Fr. Truqui warned that everything that is harming the family, including divorce, pleases the devil. Speaking to the Italian weekly Tempi in 2015, the priest said that there






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What are miracles? What does science say? New documentary reveals shocking truth

St. Anthony Communications has released its first 35-minute documentary in a four-part series covering “Special Divine Action.” The documentary, titled “Miracles,” attempts to answer several questions believers and non-believers alike have been asking for centuries. “What are miracles? Are miracles possible and, if so, how do we know? Do miracles happen and, if so, what






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12 guiding principles from Pope Francis

In a lengthy, in-depth speech to members of the Roman Curia Thursday, Pope Francis dug into what he said are the key guidelines of his ongoing reform, which in his view ought to focus primarily on conversion, unity, and streamlining the old process in order to meet modern needs. Francis opened his annual Dec. 22






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The happiest day of Mother Teresa’s life

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It’s been said that saints often come in pairs. Sts. Peter and Paul, Mary and Joseph, Francis and Clare, and Louis and Zelie Martin are just a handful of such saints, coupled together through marriage or friendship. Perhaps the best-known modern saintly pair of friends would be Mother Teresa and John Paul II, whose lives






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He was a runner for the Japanese mafia. Now he’s a Catholic priest.

Fr. Donald Calloway could give St. Augustine a run for his money, in terms of dramatic conversion stories. In a recent Vimeo video produced by Spirit Juice Studios and the Knights of Columbus, Fr. Calloway recalled his radical transformation from atheist, drug-addicted high school dropout to Catholic priest. The child of a military family, Donald






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The Church at Christmas: The Light of Truth Shines In The Darkness

“Christ is the light of humanity; and it is, accordingly, the heart-felt desire of this sacred Council, being gathered together in the Holy Spirit, that, by proclaiming his Gospel to every creature, it may bring to all men that light of Christ which shines out visibly from the Church”–Vatican II, Lumen Gentium 1 Man bears within






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Miraculous dreams of Jesus Christ lead Muslims to Christianity

God is all-powerful, all-knowing and all-encompassing, so when Muslim refugees began to experience visitations from Christ, it came as no surprise that they were forever changed. Nizar Shaheen, the host of Light for the Nations – a Christian program aired in Muslim-dense areas – explained: “I’ve seen many, many Arabic-speaking people turning to Christ, accepting






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