Category Archives: Catholic Feast Days

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

  As we enter into this season of Lent, cross the threshold, if you will, we are called to remember that we are mere dust…a particle so small and insignificant on its own…a lifeless spec, void of blood and bones…. … Continue reading

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“I Am The Immaculate Conception”- the Message of Our Lady of Lourdes

In the Traditional Catholic Church, February 11th is recognized as the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. It celebrates the first of eighteen visits that began in 1858 andĀ  occurred in Lourdes France, in which the Blessed Mother appeared to … Continue reading

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Praying to End Human Trafficking – Saint Josephine Bakhita

The scourge of human trafficking is a real threat to women and children all over the world, particularly in countries where women are still treated as subclass humans. It used to be a problem that was far away, a problem … Continue reading

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Feast of Saint Blaise

As we begin this shortest month of the year, we have already started off with several feast days as well as the secular holiday of ground hog’s day, a day in which many hold their breath to see if some … Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Christian – Saint John Bosco – January 31st

  In this day and age where many are falling away from the Faith at an alarming pace… particularly our young people, it would be a wise idea for us to read up on this holy saint, Saint John Bosco. … Continue reading

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How God’s Truth Led to the Conversion of St. Paul

    Unfortunately, we all seem to know someone who doesn’t like the Catholic Church. Either a little…or a lot. Some will even go as far as to say that they hate it. And honestly, they really might. So many … Continue reading

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The Baptism of the Lord – January 8th

With the Feast of Epiphany behind us, the Church guides us along our journey of the Liturgical year, following alongĀ  the life of Christ, taking us immediately into the celebration of His Baptism. In our minds it is easy to … Continue reading

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