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Resources for Halloween

What is Halloween? Halloween is simply a corruption of the words All Hallows’ Eve, the day before All Saints Day. In the 8th century, Pope Gregory III instituted All Saints Day on November 1st, automatically making October 31st the Eve before All Saints. November 2nd is he “Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed” which is...

Why We Should Honour Our Mother

By Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira The word family indicates a plurality of persons. There is another word, one of special significance, that indicates just one person: Mother. A mother is the quintessence of a family, for she is the quintessence of love, the quintessence of affection and therefore, the quintessence of goodness and mercy. It...

Quotes from Saints about the Holy Souls in Purgatory

“I come to tell you that they suffer in Purgatory, that they weep, and that they demand with urgent cries the help of your prayers and your good works. I seem to hear them crying from the depths of those fires which devour them: ‘Tell our loved ones, tell our children, tell all our relatives...

Seeking the True Joy of Christmas

By Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira The state of world events is so uncertain that it is impossible to know the conditions in which we will celebrate Christmas or what the New Year will bring. This is a Christmas in which Irish are filled with uncertainty, trials and insecurity. One could rightly ask: “Is it proper...

Modesty of Dress and the Love of God: An Effective Way to Defend the Family

By Luiz Sérgio Solimeo “I love vulgarity. Good taste is death, vulgarity is life.”[1] These words by English fashion designer Mary Quant, who took credit for inventing the miniskirt and hot pants, reveal one of the most important, though rarely pointed out, aspects of the “fashion revolution” that started in the sixties: vulgarity. Indeed, fashions...

Praying the Family Rosary

“Continue to pray the Rosary every day.” ~ Our Lady of Fatima to Sister Lucia With all the talk today about “quality time” and the importance of “bonding” in the family, the Rosary is the perfect solution! Your family will be gathered together for a common purpose in the sanctity of your own home. And remember...

Hygiene Yes, But Above All Faith

Our reaction to the coronavirus reflects the crisis of our secular godless society. The problem is not the virus—as potentially lethal as it might be. This outbreak is a biological fact, like so many that have plagued humanity over the ages.

Why We Should Honour Our Mother

The word family indicates a plurality of persons. There is another word, one of special significance, that indicates just one person: Mother.

26 Quotes by St. Therese of Lisieux

"[Jesus] does not call those who are worthy, but those He chooses to call."

24 Quotes About Purity That Every Young & Old Catholic Should Know

Impurity is plastered everywhere today: Films, television, billboards, music, entertainment, books, and magazines. We must fight back.
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