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St. Catherine of Siena, Virgin and Doctor of the ChurchSt. Catherine of Siena, Virgin and Doctor of the Church

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Catherine of Siena

“I tell you, charity to our neighbors for God’s sake is the fire that cleanses the soul.” (St. Catherine of Siena) April 29 is the Memorial of St. Catherine of Siena, Virgin, Doctor of the Church (1347 – 1380). Print this entry

"The Wedding Feast at Cana" by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld"The Wedding Feast at Cana" by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld

The Concept, Origin and Sacramental Nature of Marriage

Marriage is a principle and guiding theme throughout the Holy Scriptures. It is the symbol and sign of God’s sacred covenant with His people. The Creation and institution of marriage appears woven throughout the Bible, first at the beginning of Genesis and last in the book of Revelation 19:9, where it says “blessed are those who are invited to the […]

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On Living Intentionally

“Will-power. A very important quality. Don’t despise little things, for by the continual practice of denying yourself again and again in such things — which are never futile or trivial — with God’s grace you will add strength and resilience to your character. In that way you will first become master of yourself, and then a guide, a chief, a […]

"Adoration of the Lamb" (detail) by van Eyck"Adoration of the Lamb" (detail) by van Eyck

Dreaming of the Lamb

“Dad, I had another dream about God last night,” said the nine-year-old son who had an intense dream about the Eucharist a few months earlier. “Oh? Tell me about it,” his Dad asked with a heightened curiosity. “Well, I woke up to the sound of destruction in our neighborhood.  Trees were falling and everything was being destroyed; it was dark and […]

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Catholic Quote of the Day — from Venerable Fulton J. Sheen

“It is not the sanctuary that is in danger; it is civilization. It is not infallibility that may go down; it is personal rights. It is not the Eucharist that may pass away; it is freedom of conscience. It is not divine justice that may evaporate; it is the courts of human justice. It is not that God may be […]