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  • Philadelphia March for Life January 23, 2021
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    Philadelphia March for Life January 23, 2021

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    The Pro-life Union of Greater Philadelphia will host the “Philadelphia March for Life” on Saturday, January 23, 2021.  The day begins with Roman Catholic Mass at the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia at 1723 Race Street, Philadelphia with Archbishop Nelson Perez. Following Mass, the March will begin at North 17th Street and […]

  • Evangelizing Made Easy by God
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    Evangelizing Made Easy by God

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    For those not walking with Our Lord, coincidences are a marvel. People gush: What are the odds?  But for Christians who walk with the Lord, we are not amazed at the odds; we are amazed at God. One way I have opened the door to God acting in my life is that before taking a […]

  • The First Five Saturdays Can Help Us Now
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    The First Five Saturdays Can Help Us Now

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    There is a lot to fret over in our culture but there is also a lot at our disposal to fight against it. One very powerful action we can take is the First Five Saturday devotion. If you have never done it before, I encourage you to do it now and stick with it.  The […]

  • Miraculous ‘Fatima’ Story Comes to Big Screen
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    Miraculous ‘Fatima’ Story Comes to Big Screen

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    The apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal have drawn more attention than any other Church-approved Marian apparition. The appearances of the Blessed Mother and the “Miracle of the Sun” happened 103 years ago and was witnessed by an estimated 60,000 people, even non-believers. The new Fatima move opening in theaters August 28, tells […]

  • Old Testament Roots of Peter and the Keys
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    Old Testament Roots of Peter and the Keys

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    “More Catholic than the Pope.” There is nothing more quintessentially Catholic than the Papacy.  When we think “Catholic,” we think Rome, the Vatican, the dome of St. Peter’s. But the roots of the papacy actually go back to Jerusalem and the messiah-kings who ruled there. Like most heads of state, David and his descendants, the […]

  • 10 Ways to Find Peace in Troubled Times
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    10 Ways to Find Peace in Troubled Times

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    “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid,” (John 14:27). Within those words of comfort is the key: not as the world gives. And so with the assurance of our faith, […]

  • Birth of John the Baptist
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    Birth of John the Baptist

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    On December the 25th, we celebrate the big one—the birthday of Jesus, the Word of God made flesh.  The Church actually does not celebrate the birthday of the saints, except that of Jesus’ mother.  Generally, their special day in the calendar is the date of their death, their entry into eternal life.  But there is […]

  • Recognizing God's Presence
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    Recognizing God’s Presence

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    Recognizing God in Small Moments Recognizing God in the everyday moments are an art.  Whether we are young, somewhere in the middle or old.  Life has its slow times and the busy times.  I think having eyes to see “His hand” in all we do is something that take patience! Think for a moment about […]

  • Life Changing Marian Apparitions
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    Life Changing Marian Apparitions

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    To know the Virgin Mary is to love her. One way we can get to know her better is through her visits from Heaven to Earth. Marian apparitions are simply ‘private revelations’ illuminating aspects of faith but not revealing new ones since, according to Catholic doctrine, the age of public revelation ended with John, the last […]

  • Good Friday: The Victory of the Cross
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    Good Friday: The Victory of the Cross

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    Terrorism is nothing new.  It’s probably as old as the human race. In fact the cradle of civilization, now Iraq, was the home of the most infamous terrorists of antiquity, the Assyrians.  Their goal was to conquer their neighbors in a way that would minimize  initial resistance and subsequent rebellion.  To do this, they knew […]

  • Holy Week and Easter Through the Blessed Mother
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    Holy Week and Easter Through the Blessed Mother

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    Surely, the Blessed Mother would have taken on the suffering of her Son, Jesus Christ if it were possible. That is what loving mothers always wish they could do.  Instead, Mary suffered alongside her Son, because that too is what mothers do. We go to Mary to get closer to Jesus for that very reason. […]

  • Lenten Reflection: What Is Salvation?
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    Lenten Reflection: What Is Salvation?

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    Shortly before his martyrdom, St. Paul penned a letter to his friend Timothy. The great apostle seems to have known that death was near, and his bittersweet words are imbued with a sense of urgency. St. Paul comforts and commends his young protégé, while exhorting him to sacrifice. “Do not be ashamed of the testimony […]

  • Sweet Silence
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    Sweet Silence

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    Shielding my eyes from the blinding sun, I sensed, rather than heard, a presence to my left as I stood in line waiting to board the plane. His face was about five inches from mine. I could see his lips moving but could hear nothing. Finally I faced him squarely and he repeated himself. “What’s […]