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Stained glass window of Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral

Daily Catholic Quote — from St. Thomas Becket

“Hereafter, I want you to tell me, candidly and in secret, what people are saying about me. And if you see anything in me that you regard as a fault, feel free to tell me in private. For from now on, people will talk about me, but not to me. It is dangerous for men in power if no one […]

Photography © by Andy Coan

Encountering the Word — Acts 7:55-60

A Daily Quote from Sacred Scripture “But he [Stephen], filled with the holy Spirit, looked up intently to heaven and saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God, and he said, ‘Behold, I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God.’ But they cried out in […]

Stained glass window of Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Thomas Becket

“Hereafter, I want you to tell me, candidly and in secret, what people are saying about me. And if you see anything in me that you regard as a fault, feel free to tell me in private. For from now on, people will talk about me, but not to me. It is dangerous for men in power if no one […]

Daily Catholic Quote from St. Perpetua, Martyr

“We were in the hands of our persecutors, when my father, out of the affection he bore me, made new efforts to shake my resolution. I said to him: ‘Can that vessel, which you see, change its name?’ He said: ‘No.’ I replied: ‘Nor can I call myself any other than I am, that is to say, a Christian.’” (St. […]

St. Thomas Becket Stained Glass Window in Canterbury Cathedral

Daily Catholic Quote from St. Thomas Becket

St. Thomas Becket said this to a friend on his way to ordination: “Hereafter, I want you to tell me, candidly and in secret, what people are saying about me. And if you see anything in me that you regard as a fault, feel free to tell me in private. For from now on, people will talk about me, but […]

St. Maria Goretti

Daily Catholic Quote regarding St. Maria Goretti

“Behold, now she follows the Lamb who was crucified for us, powerful in virginity, modesty her offering, a sacrifice on the altar of chastity.” (Mass Entrance Antiphon, Memorial of St. Maria Goretti, Virgin and Martyr) Please help us in our mission to assist readers to integrate their Catholic faith, family and work. Tell your family and friends about this article […]

Photography © by Andy Coan

In The Not Too Distant Future…

A conversation in the not too distant future… “Who was the man in the black suit sitting behind Father Miguel during Mass this morning?”  Chris asked his father as they drove away from the parish. He caught his wife’s worried look and quick nod before he answered his 13 year old son.  “Well Chris, the National Department of Religion – you may […]

Ss. Perpetua and Felicity, Martyrs

Daily Catholic Quote from St. Perpetua, Martyr

“We were in the hands of our persecutors, when my father, out of the affection he bore me, made new efforts to shake my resolution. I said to him: ‘Can that vessel, which you see, change its name?’ He said: ‘No.’ I replied: ‘Nor can I call myself any other than I am, that is to say, a Christian.’” (St. […]

St. Thomas Becket Stained Glass Window in Canterbury Cathedral

Daily Catholic Quote from St. Thomas Becket

“Remember then how our fathers worked out their salvation; remember the sufferings through which the Church has grown, and the storms the ship of Peter has weathered because it has Christ on board. Remember how the crown was attained by those whose sufferings gave new radiance to their faith. The whole company of saints bears witness to the unfailing truth […]

Daily Catholic Quote from St. Thomas Becket

St. Thomas Becket said this to a friend on his way to ordination: “Hereafter, I want you to tell me, candidly and in secret, what people are saying about me. And if you see anything in me that you regard as a fault, feel free to tell me in private. For from now on, people will talk about me, but […]