Monthly Archives: November 2011


Thomas Merton: Influencial Catholic Writer

One of the most influential American Catholics of the Twentieth Century is without a doubt Thomas Merton. Continue reading

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Christmas Gifts We Could All Use

Christmas is a beautiful tradition of Christianity which includes the practice of gift-giving. Continue reading

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One of the Best Ways to teach your kids their Faith!

  Vampires, sorcerers, dragons… There seems to be an array of imaginative books for children and young adults, but what about the ones that teach and share the Catholic faith? As Catholic parents our primary purpose is make sure our … Continue reading

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Advent Season And The Family

This Advent season is sure to be one of the busiest in recent years largely due to the implementation of the New Mass translation in the United States. Continue reading

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Pope Saint Leo the Great and the Persuader

Pope Saint Leo the Great was born in Tuscany and by 431 was a very important deacon whom many appealed to. Continue reading

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Saint Malachy the First Irish Saint

Saint Malachy was born of Irish nobility in Armagh in 1094. He was ordained at the age of 25 after the death of both of his parents. Continue reading

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