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During the Feast of Tabernacles, Christ said he is the Light of the World. A little knowledge of that feast helps in giving context to what he said. In this article, we will explore what it means, and how it will help in our serenity.
Mary's Nativity is no ordinary birthday; her birth is the hinge the brings the Old Testament and New Testament together.
Did you know there are two major floods in Scriptures, one is the popular one with Noah, and the lesser-known one at the End of Time?
How is the Immaculate Heart of Mary connected to the Sacred Heart of Jesus? It is more beautiful thank you can ever imagine.
What to do on Sundays to Keep the Lord's Day if your bishop dispensed your diocese from the Sunday obligation
Three things you can do on Sundays when you cannot go to mass.
In the duel of the devil and Christ in the desert, he becomes a model on how we can quash temptation at its roots.
There's an obscure but old custom of chalking doors on the Feat of the Epiphany. What is it, why do it, and how does one go about doing it?
There are several lessons we can learn from the Visit of the Magi. This article reflects on how these apply to our relationship with God.
It would seem St. Joseph wanted to divorce Mary because he thought she carried someone else's child, but scripture scholars suggest something different and it is beautiful.
Predestination doesn't mean we lose our free-will, however, we must be mindful of the false doctrine of double-predestination too.