The February birthstone is Amethyst. Amethyst gets its name from the Greek word “amethystos” which means “remedy against drunkenness.”
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.”
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?
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.
Baptism is one of the few sacraments of the Faith which one only receives once.
Rosaries are one of the oldest and most fascinating tools of prayer used by countless Faithful of the Catholic Church.
It has now been many weeks since the introduction of the new roman missal and the reception seems to be rather sporadic all across the board.
One of the most important hours in our week is that hour during the Holy Mass. We as Catholics are familiar with the Mass and the Holy Obligation to attend mass every Sunday at least.
Christmas is a beautiful tradition of Christianity which includes the practice of gift-giving.
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