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TODAY IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Saint Joseph of Cupertino

Saint Joseph of Cupertino was said to have been remarkably unclever, but prone to miraculous levitation and intense ecstatic visions. He is recognized as the patron saint of air travelers, aviators, astronauts, and people with a mental handicap, test takers, and weak students. He was canonized in the year 1767.

Mass Readings for September 18, 2019

1 Corinthians 12:31; 13:1-10, 13 // Psalms 25:1-5, 8-10 // Matthew 11:25-30

Prayer Petitions for September 18, 2019

Please feel free to leave your Prayer petitions and know that members of this online Catholic community will pray for your intentions. Also, please remember to pray for the intentions of others, the forgotten holy souls in purgatory, and for the Holy Father’s Intentions!

LORD, hear our Prayers!

ARTICLES

Did You Know? All Chaplains Given the Medal of Honor Since the Civil War Are Catholic

Established during the Civil War in 1861, since then after all chaplains to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor have been Catholic.

By Billy Ryan - September 11, 2019

The History Behind 1 of Only 3 Perfect Gutenberg Bibles in the Library of Congress

Housed in the Library of Congress is 1 of only 3 perfect, vellum copies of the Gutenberg Bible, the first ever printed book.

By Billy Ryan - September 6, 2019

The Saint Martyred by Crushing While Pregnant for Protecting Priests

Saint Margaret Clitherow, the "Pearl of York," was martyred while pregnant for protecting priests, pressed to death under the Protestant "Good Queen Bess."

By Billy Ryan - September 6, 2019

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Pope Francis Says He Is “Not Afraid of Schisms”

On his flight back from Africa Pope Francis, held a press conference saying he is “not afraid of schisms” but “there is always the option ...

By uCatholic - September 12, 2019

Pope Francis: “It’s An Honor When Americans Attack Me”

Commenting on criticism of his papacy, Pope Francis said that he considers it "an honor when the Americans attack me."

By uCatholic - September 6, 2019

Pictures: Thousands Attend March for Life on Costa Rica’s Capital

Thousands of Catholics marched through San Jose, the Costa Rican Capital, in a pro life demonstration urging the president not to make abortion legal.

By uCatholic - September 6, 2019

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