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Blessed Charles de Foucauld (September 15, 1858 – December 1, 1916)

Blessed Charles de Foucauld was born on September 15, 1858 in Strasbourg, France to an aristocratic family. After losing his parent at the age of six, Charles and his sister were raised by their grandfather. While he was in high … Continue reading

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St. Gianna Molla (October 4, 1922 – April 28, 1962)

Gianna decided that medicine was the career for her to best help others. To accomplish this, she entered medical school in November of 1942 in Milan.  She graduated in 1949 and opened an office near her hometown. Her brother was … Continue reading

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Full Text of Universae Ecclesiae, the Instructions on Summorum Pontificum

The following was released by the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei on May 13, 2011 Instruction on the application of the Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI given Motu Proprio I. Introduction 1. The Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum … Continue reading

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Six Years and Counting

April 19, 2011 marked the sixth anniversary of Cardinal Ratzinger being elected Pope of the Roman Catholic Church by the College of Cardinals through the intercession of the Holy Ghost. It is really quite amazing what he had accomplished in … Continue reading

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Duty of the Priest by Michael Voris

Last Saturday, the Knights of Columbus of St. Isidore Catholic Church hosted their annual vocations dinner to raise money to help support local seminarians. The dinner was accompanied by two talks. The first was a vocation story by the local … Continue reading

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Upon This Rock I Will Build My Church

“And Jesus came into the quarters of Cesarea Philippi: and He asked His disciples, saying: Whom do men say that the Son of man is? But they said: Some John the Baptist, and other some Elias, and others Jeremias, or one … Continue reading

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Only One Way to Receive Holy Communion – Part 3

In this final part of my series discussing Danielle Bean’s article “Why I’m Giving Up Communion On the Tongue”, I will critique the arguments she gives for switching to Communion in the hand and refute them. I have always received … Continue reading

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Only One Way to Receive Holy Communion – Part 2

History Most people are under the illusion that Communion in the Hand has always been a part of way Catholics received the sacraments.  If you have read the quotes from Church fathers and Church documents in the previous part of … Continue reading

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Only One Way to Receive Holy Communion – Part 1

A couple of day ago, I ran across an article on a “Catholic” website entitled “Why I’m Giving Up Communion On the Tongue” by Danielle Bean.  I had to do a double take.  The fact that someone was actually saying … Continue reading

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Early Church Documents Lay the Foundation of the Catholic Church

In recent years, there seems to be a move to discard old documents of the Church in favor of modern documents.  Some people in this movement appear to believe that older works are worthless because the authors are not up-to-date … Continue reading

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