Catholic Prayers: Why do Catholics use statues, paintings, and light candles as part of their faith?
Jun02

Catholic Prayers: Why do Catholics use statues, paintings, and light candles as part of their faith?

Do you light candles after you say your Catholic prayers? Whenever you go to mass, do you notice the religious statues and beautiful paintings that adorn the church? Have you ever wondered what these artifacts and traditions mean and what value they hold to our faith?

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Entrust Peace to the Protection of the Virgin Mary
Aug13

Entrust Peace to the Protection of the Virgin Mary

Entrust the path of peace to the protection of the Virgin Mary. Pin...

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Share Your Favorite Prayer With The World

Share a prayer with the world! Help spread the faith with a prayer you love in the comments. Pin...

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Can I Get An Amen?

Pope Francis Gives His First Angelus Blessing © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk Pin...

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Lord – Even During Chaos – You Are There

Lord, even in chaos and commotion, you are there. Gather us into your perfect stillness and give us peace. Amen Pin...

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Praise God Joyfully

Are you feeling weighed down, exhausted, uneasy with the world? Perhaps it’s time for a thorough examination of conscience. Admit your faults and praise God joyfully! Pin...

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Summer Gardens Trust in God

God, as gardens reach their fullness in the long summer, I trust that you are slowly transforming me, too. Pin...

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Strength & Vigor

Lord, may my spirit grow In Strength And Vigor Even as my body ages. Pin...

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Sacred Heart — Immaculate Heart
Jun10

Sacred Heart — Immaculate Heart

Sacred Heart — Immaculate Heart Blessed be the Most Loving Heart and Sweet Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ and the most glorious Virgin Mary, His Mother, in eternity and forever. Amen. Pin...

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Our Lady of Fatima Desktop Wallpaper

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Saint Catherine of Siena — Feast Day April 29th
May03

Saint Catherine of Siena — Feast Day April 29th

The Feast Day for Saint Catherine of Siena is April 29th St. Catherine of Siena was a great philosopher and theologian and is considered a Doctor of the Church. is the patron saint of fire prevention, illness, miscarriage, Europe and nurses. At the age of 6, a vision of the Lord came to her and she became very spiritual. She died at the early age of 33 and was canonized in 1461. In 1970, Pope Paul VI granted her the title of Doctor of...

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It Is Going To Be A Good Day

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