Funeral for Aborted Baby

Funeral for Aborted Baby

Written by: Theresa Gilbert On July 21st in Orlando, Florida a young girl was given a funeral. She was a victim of abortion. Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life preached at the service while many others listened and mourned the loss of this innocent life. They gave...
A Sinner at Mass

A Sinner at Mass

Written by: Mark Gamez As a practicing Catholic, it’s very hard to see myself for what I really am: a sinner. When the priest mentions the problems of our times during his homilies and the errors that a lot of people make along with the heretical ideas of our culture,...
True Feminism

True Feminism

Written by: Amber Miller Over the past few years, I have often jokingly referred to myself as “the anti-feminist” because many of my firm beliefs seem to clash with most opinions that self-proclaimed ‘feminists’ have. Recently, however, I was made aware of the fact...
The Ad Orientem Direction

The Ad Orientem Direction

Written by: Lawrence Lam For most Catholics, the direction that the priest faces during most of the prayers in the Extraordinary Form is not one they are used to. In the “Ad Orientem” posture, the priest faces the same direction as the people, leading them...
Zero Tolerance

Zero Tolerance

Written by: Kathleen Dunn The truth hurts, doesn’t it? But so does believing in lies. We have to face the reality that our society is becoming increasingly more numb and ignorant to the Truth. And I’m not only referring to truth for specific issues such as when a...
Science in the Bible

Science in the Bible

Written by: Mark Gamez In most of our discussions as Christians, we seem to find ourselves citing the bible for wise quotes or inspiring verses that would hopefully change peoples’ lives. In these moments, we ourselves become at peace and confident in what we are...
My Eucharist

My Eucharist

Written by: Madeleine Gubbels I want to thank Jesus today, very simply, for giving me the Eucharist. Yes: giving me! I know He gives it to everyone, but my experience of everyone receiving the Eucharist comes through my own personal reception. He gives it to me; He...

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