Monthly Archives: January 2012

St. Thomas Aquinas: Angelic Doctor of the Church

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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