The Meaning of Four and Five Way Medals: Catholic Symbols
Dec15

The Meaning of Four and Five Way Medals: Catholic Symbols

There are many Catholic symbols that we can use in our everyday lives to remind us of our faith. Some choose to wear religious items for this purpose and one of the most popular example is the four and five way medal. These devotional medals are beautiful proclamations of our devotion to God.

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Prayers to Saint Lucy
Dec13

Prayers to Saint Lucy

We pray for Saint Lucy’s intercession in our lives for the preservation of the light of our eyes. She’s the patron saint of the blind and visually impaired.

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The Catholic View on Marriage and the Sacrament of Matrimony
Nov07

The Catholic View on Marriage and the Sacrament of Matrimony

The Catholic Church teaches us to hold marriage as sacred. It is a gift from the hand of God, who created male and female in his image so that they may become one body. The vision of marriage for the Catholic Church is deeply rooted in the Scripture. In marriage, the love between a man and a woman is blessed by God, a union in faith and a response to God’s call to holiness. The couple becomes the symbol of God’s love on earth.

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Part of Being a Good Catholic Parent Involves Nurturing Your Child’s Faith
Oct27

Part of Being a Good Catholic Parent Involves Nurturing Your Child’s Faith

As Christian parents how do we develop our child’s faith? We have a responsibility to train our children in the ways of God and one of the first steps is to cultivate their faith. 

Faith is an important part of our spiritual journey here on earth so how do we share this with the younger generation?

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Demonic Oppression and How to Deal with It
Oct24

Demonic Oppression and How to Deal with It

Are you struggling in your spiritual life? Do you find yourself feeling indifferent toward your religious convictions? If so, you might be experiencing demonic oppression.

Demonic oppression may sound like the stuff that horror movies are made of but it is a very real concern for us Catholics.

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