Prayer To Saint Charbel

From the monastery of Annaya Charbel lit the candle of light our communities and the whole world are praying and wishing Charbel pray for us O Monk on the...

The Miracle of the Sun

The Miracle of the Sun is a miraculous event witnessed by as many as 100,000 people on 13 October 1917 in the Cova da Iria fields near Fátima, Portugal. Those in attendance had assembled to observe what the Portuguese secular newspapers had been ridiculing for months as the absurd claim of three shepherd children that a miracle was going to occur at high-noon in the Cova da Iria on 13 October 1917.

Gospel Reflection For December 9, 2018 – Second Sunday of Advent

Jesus has given us complete access to His love. Father Burns reflects on the Gospel Readings for the Second Sunday of Advent.

Real Presence in Communion – Who’s Right?

One of the oldest slurs against Catholics, dating to Roman times, is that the Eucharist was "cannibalism". On the other end of the spectrum, modern critics think the Eucharist is merely symbolic...

Gospel Reflection For March 17, 2019 – The Second Sunday of...

The Lenten season trains our spirits, trains our flesh, and moves us toward the eternal realities. Father Burns reflects on the Gospel Readings for the First Sunday of Lent.

Adoramus Te

"When he returned to his disciples he found them asleep. He said to Peter, "So you could not keep watch with me for one...
Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday

Christ is risen from the dead! Dying, he conquered death; To the dead, he has given life.

Why Does the Catholic Bible Have More Books?

Why Does the Catholic Bible Have More Books? Or should the real question be "Why do Protestant Bibles have fewer books?"

Does The Catholic Church Have Too Many Rules?

Rules. Rules. Rules. People can tend to look at religion as merely a rule book on living a good life, but is that what religion is really all about?

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