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Called to Action

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

Called to Action
What Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati Teaches About Our Duty to Our Country Sonja Morin Published: July 2, 2021 Source July 4th holds great significance for me – on one end, the celebration of Independence Day, and on the other, the feast of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, my confirmation sain...

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Missionaries of the New Evangelization
Missionaries of the New Evangelization Bring Deliverance Conference to Diocese, Aug. 6-7, 2021 CET Staff Published: July 8, 2021 Source In August of 2020, Fr. Greg Bramlage brought the Missionaries of the New Evangelization to the Diocese of Tyler to teach, evangelize and help people find he...

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So Much More Than Just Smoke

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

So Much More Than Just Smoke
What Is The Importance Of Using Incense In The Catholic Church? by Will Wright Source Incense – A Long History Incense has been used in sacred worship for over five thousand years. Long before Christian worship began burning fragrant aromas in liturgy, the Egyptians began using incen...

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Strength and Vulnerability

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

Strength and Vulnerability
July 6, 2021 Source So many men today walk around as if they have it all figured out and they don’t have a problem in the world. The “strong” silent type, if you will.  I know this for a fact. I used to do the same thing. So much of my life was spent walking like a one-...

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July Is Devoted To The Precious Blood Of Jesus
Mark Your Calendar! by Genevieve Perkins Source Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? This year, let’s focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions! Make yourself notes, write it on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each d...

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Jesus in the Ordinary

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

Jesus in the Ordinary
Robert L. Judge Published: July 13, 2021 Source Now that we are out of the whirlwind of Advent, Christmas, (Mardi-Gras) Lent, Easter, and Pentecost, we find ourselves in Ordinary Time, which on the surface seems so, well, ordinary.  But maybe there is more to the ordinary than simply a cha...

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