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Life is busy, and setting aside time for the most important realities is essential. The greatest of these realities concerns God and our relations with Him.

Take a few moments to browse the contents of this page and enter the magnificent world of the Catholic Faith. Here you will find answers to many of life’s challenging questions. Most importantly, however, you will draw closer to God, our good Lord and Father.

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Liturgy: Second Sunday in Lent - The Transfiguration

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The Gospel of the Transfiguration is a lesson on the Mass as well as a figure of the Mass. It teaches us the purpose of our Lenten work.

10 Commandments for Lent: Decrease Dependence on Technology

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It is not an uncommon sight: a couple at dinner, or a family at the park, eyes fixated not on each other's company, but on their devices.

Think Lent is Tough? Take a Look at Medieval Lenten Practice

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Today’s Latin Catholics would be well-served to review the norms of early Christians as they prepared for Easter.

Canada Signals Relentless Marginalization of Christians as “

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Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party makes moves to only recognize as members of Canadian society those Christians who sweep their faith under the rug.

Blessing of a New Religious House for Benedictine Sisters in

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The pioneer foundresses of St. Joseph Monastery in Silver City, NM saw their religious house blessed by His Excellency Bp. Bernard Fellay on February 10th, 2018, the feast day of St. Scholastica.

Weekly News Recap: Church in China, Secret Ordination During

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This week we look at Cardinal Joseph Zen of the Catholic China Underground, a secret ordination in a concentration camp of Dachau in 1944, and the 160th anniversary at Lourdes.

Liturgy: First Sunday in Lent - The Temptation in the Desert

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Immediately after His baptism, our Lord began to prepare for His public life by a fast of forty days in the mountainous desert which stretches between Jericho and the mountains of Judea.

January / February Issue of The Angelus Released - Angels: T

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In this issue, why focus on angels? Is it not incongruous and obsolete to study the abstract question of angels?

Receive a Daily Lenten Meditation in Your Email Each Morning

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Sign up to begin each Lenten morning with an email containing a "Minute Meditation" on the life of Our Lord, as well as the Epistle and Gospel of the day.

Liturgy: Quinquagesima Sunday - Thy Faith Hath Made Thee Who

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Faith in Christ, dead and risen again, is the subject of the Gospel. We read how Christ foretold His Passion and His victory and how He restored the sight of a blind man, and told him: "Thy faith hath saved thee."

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