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Fasting and Abstinence at Lent: A CNA Explainer
By JD Flynn March 5th 2019 Source Most Catholics, even those who don't often go to Mass, know that Lent is a time for Friday Fish Fries and "giving something up." But many Catholics wonder what exactly the Church requires during Lent, and why. Here are a few points that mig...

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ST. JOSEPH: THE MODEL OF MANHOOD
March 19th, 2022 Source St. Joseph was an ordinary sort of man on whom God relied to do great things.  He did exactly what the Lord wanted him to do, in each and every event that went to make up his life. – St. Josemaria Escriva Recently, I have been growing in devotion to ...

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Bishop Strickland Invites the "Other Victims" of abortion to Healing Through Project Rachel
Source: Catholic East Texas Online By: Susan Fox These words are a lifeline to a woman who hears them at a Project Rachel retreat after suffering, sometimes as long as decades, from the grief of abortion. Project Rachel offers an encounter with Christ for women grieving an abortion.  Loo...

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The Season of Lent 2022

Posted on March 14, 2022 in: General News

The Season of Lent 2022
Source: The Catholic Diocese of Tyler LENT:  Fast + Pray + Give Lent is a 40 day season of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends at sundown on Holy Thursday. It’s a period of preparation to celebrate the Lord’s Resurrection at Easter. During Len...

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St. Joseph

Posted on March 14, 2022 in: General News

St. Joseph
Source: Catholic Online St. Joseph Facts: Feastday: March 19 Parton: of the Universe Church, unborn children, fathers, workers, travelers, immigrants, and a happy dealth Dealth: 18 Everything we know about the husband of Mary and the foster father of Jesus comes from Scripture and that h...

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Saint Joseph, Our Holy Fathers, and the Necessity of Fathers
Source: National Catholic Register By: Justin McCLain Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, pray for fathers! This past May, in anticipation of Mothers’ Day, I wrote a piece called “The Virgin Mary and the Necessity of Mothers.” Hence, it was only fitting that I write a fo...

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St. Patrick

Posted on March 14, 2022 in: General News

St. Patrick
Source: ewtn The field of St. Patrick's labors was the most remote part of the then known world. The seed he planted in faraway Ireland, which before his time was largely pagan, bore a rich harvest: whole colonies of saints and missionaries were to rise up after him to serve the Irish Church ...

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An Unusual Path to Holy Orders

Posted on March 14, 2022 in: General News

An Unusual Path to Holy Orders
Source: Catholic East Texas By: Margaret Mone After 39 Years of Marriage, Widower and Doctor Enters the Priesthood “You will never guess what happened to me on my way here,” Fr. Lawrence Love said to his intrigued hosts, parishioners of his parish at St. Peter the Apostle in Mineo...

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Family Life and Lent

Posted on February 25, 2022 in: General News

Family Life and Lent
By: Michael Monshau, OP Source Michael Monshau, OP Professor of Liturgy, Homiletics and Spirituality at the Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas, in Rome Drawing strength from a shared experience Do you need Lent this year or are you planning on doing without it, or don't y...

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Fasting and Abstinence at Lent: A CNA Explainer
By: JD Flynn Source Most Catholics, even those who don't often go to Mass, know that Lent is a time for Friday Fish Fries and "giving something up." But many Catholics wonder what exactly the Church requires during Lent, and why. Here are a few points that might help you ha...

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