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…to Godparent or not to Godparent, that is the question?

on April 14th, 2014 by admin

  …to Godparent or not to Godparent, that is the question?     When I hear anyone talking about who they might ask to be Godparents for their soon to be born child, the first picture that comes to mind is this: Two young women that have been friends all their lives and one asks […]

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Brother Rafael Amáiz Barón, I’m a Trappist! My vocation is love . . .!

on March 19th, 2014 by admin

  In this day and age, there are so many temptations and distractions to keep us busy throughout the entire day. But do we ever give thought to the One who created all that we see, hear and feel, like a cool breeze on a hot summer day? It’s easy to follow the trends and […]

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The Possible Chastisement of the Third Secret of Fatima, John F. Salza, Esq.

on October 2nd, 2013 by admin

  The following article has been published before and is of great importance and should not be taken lightly. I have not gotten permission from the author and apologize if necessary for publishing this on Catholic-Truths.com, but I’m confident that Mr. Salza would appreciate the word being passed on to others that have not seen […]

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Il valore sofferenza

on September 12th, 2013 by admin

Il valore sofferenza If you don’t speak or understand Italian, the title of this piece is beyond your understanding. But, if you have a knack for figuring out what another language is saying, you may discover that it means, “The Value of Suffering.” The reason for choosing Italian is that it is the language of […]

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Pope Saint Pius X – Part 2

on September 4th, 2013 by admin

  Pope St. Pius X part 2       “O God, Who to safeguard the Catholic Faith and to restore all things in Christ, didst fill the Supreme Pontiff, Saint Pius, with heavenly wisdom and apostolic fortitude: grant in Thy mercy: that by striving to fulfill his ordinances and to follow his example, we […]

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Pope St. Pius X – September 3

on September 2nd, 2013 by admin

Pope St. Pius X and Modernism I found this homily to be quite prevalent for the world today and to be listened to with great intensity. -Admin     lthough today is the feast of St. Stephen, King of Hungary, I would like to offer the first of two reflections on tomorrow’s Saint, Pope Pius […]

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Marie of the Sacred Heart † Guard of Honor to the Sacred Heart †

on August 14th, 2013 by admin

  Marie of the Sacred Heart   † Guard of Honor to the Sacred Heart †     During his trip to France in 1986, Blessed John Paul II made a pilgrimage to Paray-le-Monial, where he gave a message to the Society of Jesus in which he wrote, “From he Heart of Christ, the heart […]

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Great Expectations

on July 2nd, 2013 by admin

“O God…grant to us… that by Thine inspirations we may think what is right, and under Thy guidance perform it.” Collect The Easter Season contains many very important lessons for overcoming our fallen human nature. Today let’s consider a lesson about keeping our sense of humor in trying situations… a lesson about attaining true happiness […]

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Catherine of Siena

on May 14th, 2013 by admin

Saint Catherine of Siena  “here can be no doubt that, in Europe’s complex history, Christianity has been a central and a defining element, “ declared Blessed John Paul II on October 1, 1999, when he proclaimed Saints Bridget of Sweden, Catherine of Siena, and Teresa of the Cross co –patronesses of Europe.  “The Christian faith […]

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Father Joseph Kentenich – Dilexit Ecclesiam

on April 17th, 2013 by admin

Father Joseph Kentenich   October 1912. A storm was shaking the seminarians’ residence hall in Schoenstatt, Vallendar, not far from Kolblenz, Germany. The older students were protesting a school rule they believed to be too strict. Antiestablishment graffiti were all over the walls. The two priests in charge of spiritual direction resigned. A young priest, […]

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