Purgatory and Indulgences
Nov01

Purgatory and Indulgences

November is the time when the Catholic Church focuses on specific prayers and actions for all souls who are waiting for purification in Purgatory.
At Mass the Church will set aside time for special prayers for the dead and other acts. You too can help relieve the suffering of those in Purgatory. This assistance is known as an indulgence and there are specific acts and prayers that can lift the departed souls out of Purgatory and into Heaven.

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Catholic Traditions for All Saints Day
Nov01

Catholic Traditions for All Saints Day

Every year on November 1, we celebrate All Saints Day, also known as the Feast of All Saints. As the name implies, this occasion honors all those who have entered heaven and these include the saints who are recognized by the Catholic Church and those who are not.

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The Story of St. Teresa of Calcutta
Sep05

The Story of St. Teresa of Calcutta

St. Teresa of Calcutta is well known and well loved for her burning passion for the poorest of the poor. Many admired her for her charity work and her heart for serving others. As we celebrate her feast day on September 5, let us look back to her life and her extraordinary ministry.

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How Catholics Celebrate The Feast Of The Most Precious Blood Of Jesus
Jul01

How Catholics Celebrate The Feast Of The Most Precious Blood Of Jesus

The most precious blood of Jesus is a symbol of the ultimate sacrifice. We celebrate the Feast of the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ in July.

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Early Teachings on Infant Baptism
Jun19

Early Teachings on Infant Baptism

The practice of infant baptism in the Catholic Faith has garnered some criticism especially from fundamentalists who believe that baptism should be reserved for adults and older children.
Ever since the New Testament era, the Catholic Church has viewed baptism differently. Here are some of the early teachings on the sacrament of infant baptism.

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