Daily Archives: July 11, 2011

St. Benedict.

 On July 11 the Catholic Church commemorates the great life and legacy of St. Benedict. He was born around the year 480 in Umbria, Italy. He is a called father of Western Monasticism and co-patron of Europe (along with Saints … Continue reading

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Cardinal Levada Clarifies Assisi Event

Says the Path of Peace Is the Church’s Path VATICAN CITY, JULY 8, 2011 (Zenit.org).- The prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is offering a clarification on the upcoming meeting in Assisi, where Benedict XVI will … Continue reading

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12 Catholic Words that Don’t Sound Like What They Mean

A little light relief  from  The National Catholic Register: 12 Catholic Words that Don’t Sound Like What They Mean by Matthew Archbold I was born a Catholic but that doesn’t mean I knew anything about the faith until I decided … Continue reading

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