The Story of Saint Cecilia
Nov22

The Story of Saint Cecilia

Saint Cecilia is the patron saint of great musicians, poets and hymns. She is one of the most revered early Roman martyrs and one of the seven women commemorated in the Canon of the Mass.

We celebrate the feast day of Saint Cecilia every year on November 22 and as this day approaches, let us reflect on her extraordinary life and steadfast faith.

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Good Friday – A Reminder for Catholics that the Crucifixion is Triumph Over Satan
Mar30

Good Friday – A Reminder for Catholics that the Crucifixion is Triumph Over Satan

For those born Catholic, images of Christ’s crucifixion and death are not pleasant to look at or to think about. Many adults and young people alike find the fact that Jesus’ death and suffering was actually a victory over Satan. How can being scourged and dying in such a horrifying manner be considered a victory?

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The True Meaning of Easter Sunday for Catholics
Apr13

The True Meaning of Easter Sunday for Catholics

Easter is a beautiful celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In the Gospels, Jesus Christ died for the sins of humankind. He rose three days after his crucifixion which is a miraculous and meaningful event for Christians.

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