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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What is the Correct Meaning of Mary’s Immaculate Conception
Dec08

What is the Correct Meaning of Mary’s Immaculate Conception

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is celebrated every December 8. It is considered a holy day of obligation or patronal feast and some countries even declare it a public holiday. As this date draws near, let us look back to the meaning of this doctrine to better appreciate its significance in our Catholic Faith.

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Do Catholic Parents Have to Name Their Babies After Saints?
Oct30

Do Catholic Parents Have to Name Their Babies After Saints?

As Catholics, do we have any special considerations to keep in mind when naming our child? Are we required to name our child after a saint or can we name them with anything we want? What are the reasons why parents choose the name of saints as Catholic baby names?

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Prayers to Saint Gerard
Oct16

Prayers to Saint Gerard

Saint Gerard Majella is the patron of expectant mothers. He was born in 1726 in Muro, Italy to a family of seven. Majella grew up in a poverty with a great respect for the poor.

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Is IVF Immoral in the Eyes of the Catholic Church?
Oct09

Is IVF Immoral in the Eyes of the Catholic Church?

IVF is one of the many methods used to overcome infertility but this procedure has stirred up many moral and religious debates. What is IVF and what is the the views of the Catholic Church on it?

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