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Cristina Montes

October Synthesis

The month of October opens with the feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, who is known for having preached “the Little Way”. By reminding us

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Apologetics
Noel Ethan Tan

True Food

Exodus 16:2-15, Psalm 78, Ephesians 4:17-24, John 6:24-35 In these readings, the Church juxtaposes the two instances in history where supernatural food was given to

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Feasts
Editor

Joachim

Guest post by Br. Gregory Liu, OP. Just a few days ago, I heard about the death of a brother, a Dominican priest, Fr. Joachim

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Hail Mary
Apologetics
Noel Ethan Tan

The Visitation

Zephaniah 3:14-18, Isaiah 12:2-6, Luke 1:39-56 Today, the Church invites us to recall the visitation of our Blessed Mother (pregnant with Christ) to her cousin

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Feasts
Noel Ethan Tan

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

Deuteronomy 4:32-40, Psalm 33, Romans 8:14-17, Matthew 28:16-20 CCC 234: “The Most Holy Trinity is the central mystery of Christian faith and life. It is

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Feasts
Noel Ethan Tan

Pentecost

Acts 2:1-11, Psalm 104, Galatians 5:16-25, John 20:19-23 Catholicism sprouted from Judaism. The Church has always promulgated that because well; Jesus chose to be born

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Feasts
Eugene Chan

The Spirit of Truth

Jesus said to His disciples: ‘When the Advocate comes, whom I shall send to you from the Father, the Spirit of Truth who issues from

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Dating
Cristina Montes

Romantic Thoughts for Ash Wednesday

“Terminate torment Of love unsatisfied The greater torment Of love satisfied.” — T.S. Eliot, Ash Wednesday Can Catholics celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, considering that

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Fra Angelico
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Cristina Montes

Spiritual Allies

For the past three months, the liturgical calendar has been reminding us of our spiritual allies. Towards the end of September, we commemorated the feast

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Columnists
Ryan Kraeger

Road to Emmaus, Part 2

The following is an excerpt from the manuscript of a novel that I have been working on for a year and a half. Neither could

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Ryan Kraeger

Road to Emmaus, Part 1

The following is an excerpt from the manuscript of a novel I have been working on for a year and a half. “So you are

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Larabeth Miller

Understanding Our Dustiness

You are dust and to dust, you shall return. Each time I hear this phrase at Ash Wednesday, I think of a little prayer that

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Feasts
Cristina Montes

Running to Bethlehem

One of the sites included in the itinerary of the Holy Land pilgrimage I joined was the Chapel of the Angels, a Catholic church located

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