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Christ’s tomb reveals surprise after restoration

The burial tomb of Jesus has been reopened to the public following a lengthy restoration. A Greek team has renovated the Edicule, a small shrine covering the slab of stone where Jesus’ body was placed. In the process, they discovered a surprise. Christ’s tomb in Jerusalem has completed renovation. The Christian shrine rests within one

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5 New Year’s resolutions all Catholics should aspire to

Each year people firmly believe that this will be the year -the year they lose weight, the year they make more of an impression at work, the year something is better than the previous. But how many of us make New Year’s resolutions to follow Christ? New Year resolutions are popular near the beginning and

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What to do if you’re too ashamed to go to Confession

While reconciliation is intended to allow Christ’s victory to overcome sin in our lives, what happens when shame over one’s sins is so great that it keeps people away from the sacrament? The famous Spanish theologian Father JosĂ© Antonio Fortea discussed this phenomenon and practical solutions to it in a blog post. Normally, a sense

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A warning from Pope Francis – ‘It always strikes us’

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The season of Advent is a reminder to us to open our horizons and have concern for more than just material things, the Pope said Sunday during his Angelus address. Advent is an invitation “to sobriety, to not be dominated by the things of this world, to material reality, but rather to govern them,” Pope

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I Will Choose Christ

Every minute of every day we are given a choice as to how we want to live. Will the path we choose be that of the world, seeking wealth, fame, money, and power? Or will the way be that of Jesus, as a servant, as one who loves all mankind, as one who gives up

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Full text: Pope’s homily at Mass in Malmö

‘The Beatitudes are the image of Christ and consequently of each Christian,’ the Pope said Today, with the entire Church, we celebrate the Solemnity of All Saints. In doing so, we remember not only those who have been proclaimed saints through the ages, but also our many brothers and sisters who, in a quiet and

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