Monthly Archives: January 2012


St. Thomas Aquinas: Angelic Doctor of the Church

Soon we will be celebrating the feast day of one of the greatest Doctors of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas. Continue reading

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Saint Sebastian One of the Most Daring Saints

Saint Sebastian was an undercover Christian for most of his life. He was born into nobility and joined the Imperial Roman army only to keep his cover as a typical noble pagan. Continue reading

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January Birthstone (Garnet) Rosary

The January Birthstone is the stunning garnet stone. Garnet is typically a deep red stone and gets its name from the Latin word “granatus” meaning “grain” or “seed.” Continue reading

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Using the Rosary and the Catholic Bible to encourage Catholics

Throughout the month of December you might have noticed many advertisements from catholicscomehome.org. I wondered what are all of these commercials about all of sudden? Continue reading

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The Catholic Must Read Book List of 2012

It has taken a few weeks but I have finally forged a small must-read list of Catholic books to read for 2012. Continue reading

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Christmas Season review with the Prayer Journal

Congratulations you made it through another Christmas season. A season that was probably filled stress over gift-buying, relatives visiting, bills, and much, much more. Continue reading

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