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What Does It Mean When We Say the Bible is ‘Supernatural’?

Someone wrote me to ask that question. I thought the answer might be of more general interest. To answer your questions regarding Holy Scripture and the use of the... More →

With All She Suffered This Holy Woman Was Still Afraid of Purgatory

Everyone who has read on the internet about this exquisite young mother and her compassionate good husband was deeply moved for sure. If ever there was a marriage arranged... More →

Readings for Holy Week and Easter

Recommended reading for Holy Week, the sacred Triduum and Easter Sunday: Holy Week in General — The Drama of Holy Week by Brother André Marie. Holy Thursday — The... More →

This Year’s Holy Week Blasphemy

You might call it “Holy Week for Atheists.” Having recently celebrated their annual high holy day, atheists of various stripes — including some who call themselves “Christian” — line... More →

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tomb_Ad-Rem-Ad What Happened in the Tomb?

A blessed Triduum and Easter to all our readers! Every year around Holy Week, the publishers of America’s popular reading material let loose a volley of blasphemies against our Lord’s Resurrection. Citing one or another perfidious “noted scholar,” the glossy-covered journals that accost us at the checkout counter vie with one another in perverting the populace with contempt for... More →

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Did You Know?  Catholic Trivia

Catholic Sisters ran public schools

Catholic Sisters ran public schools. In the 1800′s, many of our nation’s public schools (funded by city, county, or state) were run by Catholic sisters. This was true in the West and parts of New York, Massachusetts and the Southern states. They ran the schools, with an average wage of twelve dollars per month... More →

 

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