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Our Lady’s Victory at the Battle of Lepanto

Our Lady of Victory and the Battle of Lepanto

"Scarlet running over on the silvers and the golds, breaking of the hatches up and bursting of the holds, thronging of the thousands up that labour under sea white for bliss and blind for sun and stunned for liberty. Vivat Hispania! Domino Gloria! Don John of Austria has set his people free!" - from Lepanto by G.K. Chesterton.

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A Guide to Catholic Books and Bibles: Tips on Teaching Children about Catholicism

Catholic-guide-to-catholic books and bibles for children

As Catholics, we rely on a great number of important texts to guide and inform our faith. Ask any strong Catholic leader you know about their collection of catholic books and they’ll surely show you dozens of books including the Bible, catechisms, Canon Law books, lives of saints, and more. Learning is a lifelong pursuit of the faith-seeker, and it’s …

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October 4 is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi

Saint Francis of Assisi

St. Francis of Assisi is the most “popular” saint in the Church, if any can or should be called such. The religious order(s) he founded went on to become the largest in the history of the Church. St. Francis' impact on the Church, and on the world, has been enormous. Beyond all the over-sentimentalization of this truly holy man, the garden statues, …

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What Do You Know About Guardian Angels?

Guardian Angels

Today, October 2, is the Feast of the Guardian Angels “How great the dignity of the soul, since each one has from his birth an angel commissioned to guard it.” – St. Jerome, 4th century October 2 is the Feast of Guardian Angels, but how much do we know about guardian angels? In recent years, two things have happened. Outside of …

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The Feast of St. Therese of Lisieux is October 1st

Therese of Lisieux

If we think of the great missionary Saints, many names will probably come to mind: Francis Xavier, Isaac Jogues, perhaps Mother Teresa, and certainly St. Paul. One of the ironies of our Faith, however, is that if we look for the patroness of missionaries, we will find a Saint who spent her entire adult life in a convent in France: St. Therese of Lisieux, the …

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