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  •  First Five Saturdays 
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     First Five Saturdays 

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    If ever there was a good time to make reparation for the offenses to the Blessed Mother, now would be a good time.  Even if you have already made the Five First Saturdays, it’s something we can do again and again. At Fatima, through the Blessed Mother’s apparitions to the 3 shepherd children, the devotion […]

  • Get to Know St. Anne, Your Our Grandmother in Heaven
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    Get to Know St. Anne, Your Our Grandmother in Heaven

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    Years ago, I attended a non-Catholic, Christian event with a couple of my teens at our civic center. It was called “The Fire” and was an all-out, sing-and-praise-your-heart-out-for-the- Lord evening. But in the midst of thousands of people, a feeling of emptiness unexpectedly came upon me. I felt the absence of those that were missing: […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: July 21, 2019
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: July 21, 2019

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    Sunday Mass Readings for the Ministry of Parents and Godparents The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to […]

  • Hard to Imagine the Afterlife?
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    Hard to Imagine the Afterlife?

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    I know. St. Paul had the same problem though, “no eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the heart of man conceived, what God has prepared for those who love Him” (1 Corinthians 2:10). Right now our knowledge of God is conceptual, we use analogies from this created world to speak of the Totally Other: […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

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    Sunday Mass Readings for the Ministry of Parents and Godparents The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

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    Sunday Mass Readings for the Ministry of Parents and Godparents The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: The Solemnity of Pentecost
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: The Solemnity of Pentecost

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    Sunday Mass Readings for the Ministry of Parents and Godparents The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: May 26, 2019
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: May 26, 2019

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    Sunday Mass Readings for the Ministry of Parents and Godparents The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: May 5, 2019
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: May 5, 2019

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    Sunday Mass Readings for the Ministry of Parents and Godparents The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to […]

  • Good Friday: God is Dead
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    Good Friday: God is Dead

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    Behold the wood of the cross, on which has hung our salvation: come let us adore (Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion). As we trod with Jesus the steps to Golgotha that draw Lent to a close, it is worthy to note that these are not the waning days of a dry, tired Lent. Instead, they […]

  • Taking Palm Sunday into This Holy Week
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    Taking Palm Sunday into This Holy Week

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    Jesus wanted His Apostles to spend time with Him before He died. Instead they slept. He awaits our visits to Him as He remains imprisoned in the tabernacles of His Churches, but we don’t come. How harsh we are on Judas. Yes, he betrayed our Lord. But have not we done so repeatedly as well? […]

  • Breaking Open the Word at Home: 5th Sunday of Lent
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    Breaking Open the Word at Home: 5th Sunday of Lent

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    The Church professes Christian parents to be the “first” teachers of the faith and calls them to be the “best” teachers of the faith (The Rite of Infant Baptism). Godparents agree to assist in this ministry of parents. This resource from Catholic Lane is to assist you, parent or godparent, with using the Sunday Mass […]

  • Faith, Hope, and Love in the Annunciation
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    Faith, Hope, and Love in the Annunciation

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    One of my most fond memories of my semester in Rome was from our trip to Northern Italy. We visited quite a few museums and beautiful churches, yet one moment that stuck with me was our visit in Florence. After a long and beautiful Tuscan day, several of us went to a bar. Nights like […]