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Jesus the Redeemer

Posted on May 13, 2021 in: General News

Jesus the Redeemer
Source It would be very strange if a child ever whipped out his checkbook to reimburse his parents for bringing him to life. One could try to put a dollar amount on the medical bills, the nursery expenses, the food consumed, the diapers ruined, the hourly rate of the parent. But this is all an ob...

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Press On: The Virtuous Power Of Endurance
Source “Endurance is the essence of courage. Endurance is not passivity, for it requires a strong, proactive spirit. In endurance, man’s inmost and deepest strength reveals itself. It can be harder and entail greater courage for a soldier to be pinned down in a cold, damp foxhole...

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Where Have You Gone Bishop Sheen?
Dr. Donald DeMarco Published: May 11, 2021 Source Simon and Garfunkel’s 1968 hit song, Mrs. Robinson, includes the phrase, “Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?” The question puzzled the Yankee Clipper. “I have not gone anywhere,” he said, “I’ve always be...

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10 Podcasts to Help You Grow in Faith
COMMENTARY: At a time when Christians in general are feeling marginalized and the world is trying to pronounce the Church irrelevant, Catholics are still influencing the culture. Father Roger Landry April 27, 2021 Source At the beginning of the year, there was the uplifting news that a new p...

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Our Lord’s Ezer

Posted on April 30, 2021 in: General News

Our Lord’s Ezer
Robert L. Judge Published: April 27, 2021 Source In the resurrection of Christ the fullness and completion of salvation has been unveiled, and it is marvelous in our eyes. The penances of Lent give way to the climax of Holy Week in which we remember our collective and individual salvation from ...

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4 Things To Do When Your Prayer Time Is Dry
Samantha Delfin Source What happens when we enter into the desert of prayer?  While some of us easily walk in the hope and solace of Christ in the sacrifices of the season, others of us wonder whether we’ve wandered from our Guide and question His ongoing Presence. The saints often...

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East Texas Missionaries: Redemptorists Serve Vietnamese Communities in the Diocese
Elizabeth Slaten Published: April 23, 2021 Source As a diocese spanning over a significant geographical area, the Diocese of Tyler is a home to a great diversity of peoples and cultures. Many people have found a home in East Texas and are blessed to be able to grow in their faith here in the di...

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Defending the Resurrection

Posted on April 15, 2021 in: General News

Defending the Resurrection
Dr. Luke Arredondo Published: April 6, 2021 Source If someone asks you to identify the single most important doctrine in Christianity, how would you reply? It’s probably not the principle of double effect. Could it be the fall of Adam and Eve? Creation itself? The infallibility of Scriptu...

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Looking for a Personal Relationship with Jesus? Take the Eucharist, Say the Church Fathers
By James R. A. Merrick, Ph.D. April 9, 2021 Source They taught me to pursue a “personal relationship” with Jesus Christ. They said I had to avoid the use of lifeless objects like crucifixes, statues, and even the Eucharist. If these objects were not overtly idolatrous, to my Protest...

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“Like Son” | A Short Film on Catholic Fatherhood
By Will Wright Source Before diving in to my reflection, I invite you to please watch this short film (2 minutes, 40 seconds) produced by Blackstone Films. It is a fantastic message for Catholic fathers about their importance from www.strongcatholicdad.com.  Like Son The About se...

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