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February 10, 2019

What people regret most at death and why you should care now

There are many people who believe that repenting while one is still young and healthy is meaningless because they think, they can always repent later. This is the suggestion of…
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February 10, 2019

This is what Padre Pio told only Pope John Paul II about his stigmata

His Stigmata On the morning of the 20th September 1918, after having celebrated Holy Mass, the priest Padre Pio retired to the choir stalls for his usual Thanksgiving. The place…
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Q&A
February 10, 2019

Catholics kiss their thumb after making the sign of the cross. Why?

Question: Catholics kiss their thumb after making the sign of the cross. Why? And how did this begin? Answer: I do not know where this originated but it is not…
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February 10, 2019

Wearing the Rosary as a Necklace; is it okay?

We lead with the words of Canon 1171 which, speaking about reverence in handling Sacred objects: “Sacred objects, set aside for divine worship by dedication or blessing, are to be…
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February 10, 2019

12 times Pope Francis warned us of the devil

1. Speech, 6/18/2013: “Let us always remember… that the Adversary wants to keep us separated from God and therefore instills disappointment in our hearts when we do not see our…
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February 10, 2019

The devil is real and he is out to get you warns Popes Francis, Paul VI

One of the dangers of oversimplification is the temptation to make everything into unreal, impersonal ideas. The implication of this is: we just have stuff in our heads and cannot…
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February 10, 2019

Pope Francis: How to deal with Temptation

In the weakness of temptation, we must avoid dialoguing with the devil, and instead have the courage to pray and to ask forgiveness in order to pick ourselves up and…
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February 10, 2019

In the face of the recent scandal involving the Pope, what does a Catholic do?

Every couple of centuries the Catholic Church faces some great trial. These come in the form of some scandal, war, heresy, schism etc. However, God always found a way to send…
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Q&A
February 10, 2019

Why are there “death sculptures” and skulls in Catholic Churches?

Question: Danse Macabre, a reminder of the universality of death. Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Vilnius I have noticed quite a number of artworks depicting death in some…
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Was Peter in Rome?
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February 9, 2019

Was Peter in Rome?

Like other Protestants, Fundamentalists say Christ never appointed Peter as the earthly head for the simple reason that the Church has no earthly head and was never meant to have…
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