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Shrine of St. Jude Oct 18
“I am the Alpha and the Omega," says the Lord God, “the one who is and who was and who is to come, the almighty.” - Revelation 1:8 -
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Marcel LeJeune Oct 16
A thread on Parish culture: Being a disciple of Jesus isn't about behavior modification! If that were the case, we are pretty hopeless. Yet, how often does our Catholic culture push behavior modification as the primary goal of our faith? 1/13
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DC Art & Photography 18s
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Adele Rielly 🍀🍀 9h
Pure going through channels there and then landed on this and found myself pure listening to it never leave me🙏🙏🙏🙏
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Beattitudes Gifts 28m
Saint of the day Saint Hilarion 🕯️✝️ We can learn the value of solitude from Saint Hilarion. Unlike loneliness, solitude is a positive condition in which we are alone with . In today’s busy and noisy world, we could all use a little solitude. (Franciscan Media)
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Gloria Purvis Oct 19
This is my translation of the letter: “I ain’t going to hell over this here mess! Holy Father please do right and the rest of y’all that have access to documents and know the truth need to fess up. Judgement is coming. Also Ouellette, I got receipts!”
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Dominic Barrios 2h
I'm a work in progress. Thank you Lord
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Fr. Frank Pavone 🇺🇸 Oct 18
A number of dioceses are releasing the names of clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse. Good. I would also like to see released the names of those clergy who vote for the pro-, anti- Party candidates! It would explain a lot.
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Sandra L. Henriksen 12m
I am a Catholic Mystic without a Pope. Jesus Christ is my High Priest. Come join me on Twitter!
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Fr. Frank Pavone 🇺🇸 10h
Every senator up for reelection in these midterms is a . That is not a good reflection on the Democrat party; it is a bad reflection on the Catholics.
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Books & Theology 4h
Orthodox Wool Prayer Ropes (Chotki/Komboskini) Click on this link to buy your prayer rope
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Michael's Rosaries 4h
Just finished Walking the Road to God by Fr. Carney. He recounts his encounters with people on the street as he walks, praying the rosary. His desire is to start an order of urban monks who evangelize people in the streets as they pray.
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Mike Ortego 13h
What I think of when old people start discussing ways to get young people to like Mass.
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Introduction to the Catholic Life Oct 15
Our latest episode. We talked about prayer as foundational to living the Catholic life. Enjoy!
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Cherie Oct 19
Friends, my dear friend needs prayers. She has a full plate with 8 children, and her mom who was just diagnosed with terminal cancer. , please pray for for her family, and especially for her mother's soul; her name is Grace. 🙏 Thank you!
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Books & Theology 12h
Recommended books God's Revelation to the Human Heart [by monk Seraphim Rose]. What does man seek in religion and what should he seek in it? How does God reveal Himself ? Available by clicking this link
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Pray Hard 2h
“I die for love of my Lord Jesu.” — St. Margaret Clitherow (when told to confess her “crimes” at her execution for hiding priests from the Church’s persecutors) St. Margaret, pray for us!
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Catholic Depot PH 5h
Catechism 101:What is the common good? By the common good is meant the sum total of those conditions of social life which allow people as groups and as individuals to reach their proper fulfillment. Read more:
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Books & Theology 5h
[On the Jesus Prayer] "Compel yourselves; say the prayer; stop idle talk; close your mouths to criticism; place doors & locks against unnecessary words." Archimandrite Ephraim of Arizona.
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Books & Theology 5h
[On the Jesus Prayer] "Force yourselves to say the Prayer. At first you may find it difficult. Then it becomes easy to say and all you want to do is say the Prayer, then it becomes as honey to you and sweet." Elder Joseph the Hesychast
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